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dkingsbo

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  1. To find various audio formats, link via: http://cdburnerxp.se/help/Audio/formats#fn__1. Under audio formats, scroll down to " MP4, M4A ", click on the tiny button to the upper right of M4A, it will take you to http://www.un4seen.com/. Download bass_aac24.zip, unzip it and copy bass_aac.dll to the CDBurnerXP program directory. It works.
  2. Can you suggest a codec in order to burn an itunes m4a file to an audio CD format? It is a lot easier to use CDBurnerXP than itunes to burn tracks. btw, I like CDBurnerXP a lot, and I recommend it. thanks.
  3. Can you suggest a codec in order to burn an itunes m4a file to an audio CD format? It is a lot easier to use CDBurnerXP than itunes to burn tracks. btw, I like CDBurnerXP a lot, and I recommend it. thanks.
  4. I presently use version “4.3.9.2651”, and it works great! You can adjust the burning speed, and it burns quickly - as far as I'm concerned.
  5. I've recently upgraded to 4.3.9.2651. I burn a lot of data and audio discs and found you can set the burn speed if you insert the disc first . However, if you insert the blank disc when you are prompted to then you will get the default burn speed (which would be the fastest speed your disc burner supports) .
  6. WolverineX- what version were you using? I will try something newer. thanks for that note.
  7. I am also one of the users that cannot change the burn speed. What happens if I use one of the older versions of CDBurnerXP? Maybe I will lose some features (?), but then maybe this feature will work. GWT is correct---burning too fast will cause more errors---and that isn't good.
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