Everything posted by yfo866
I think you're missing the point... I don't need a burned cd to play the music on my computer, I just go straight to the folder with the music and use VLC to play it direct. According to what I've read online, a copy is in my previous post, a cda file doesn't contain the music data. It's some weird link that Microsoft create. If the actual music isn't on the disc then it won't play in my mate's car. What I don't understand is why every program I use keeps creating discs with a cda file and not the actual music track.
Hi Floele. When I googled cda file... What is a CDA file? Files that contain the .cda file extension store CD audio track shortcuts. CDA files are small files that are created for each track of an associated audio CD by the Microsoft Windows operating system. Files containing the .cda file extension are automatically created when you play an audio CD on your computer. While the files do not contain any actual audio data, they do contain indexing information that pertains to the audio CD that you are playing. Because of this, a user must have the actual audio CD in their hard dr
Hi, I don't often burn music to a cd and if I do it's in MP3 format but a mate of mine wanted copies of some of my music put onto cds for him to play in his car. His cd player doesn't play MP3 so i'm having to go 'old school'. I've tried Windows Media Player, Windows 10 own burner, this program and two different versions of Ashampoo. Burning Studio 9 and the latest free version. In every case I keep getting a disc full of cda files which won't even play back on my computer. I agreed to do this for him for free because i'd recently bought a pack of 100 cds by mistake. I meant to buy dvds and th