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Which audio format do you miss most in CDBurnerXP?


Which audio format do you miss most in CDBurnerXP?  

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  1. 1. Which audio format do you miss most in CDBurnerXP?

    • MIDI
      1
    • WavPack
      9
    • Musepack
      3
    • AC3
      6
    • AAC / MP4
      21
    • ALAC (Apple Lossless)
      1
    • APE
      11
    • I don't miss anything.
      9
    • Don't use audio CD burning anyway.
      2


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Simple question I suppose (vote). You probably already know that we added FLAC support in version 4 - is there anything else needed?

Other than that, a bug fix release is coming soon.

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I voted for AAC/MP4, but realistically speaking ogg and FLAC are the ones most important to me. Plus wouldn't there be some sort of issue regarding patents, licensing, or some other nonsense to implement AAC?

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Monkey's Audio seems to be losing its popularity to FLAC and WavPack.

I use WavPack, and voted so. Winzip adopted WavPack as it's audio compression algorithm.

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but realistically speaking ogg and FLAC are the ones most important to me. Plus wouldn't there be some sort of issue regarding patents, licensing, or some other nonsense to implement AAC?

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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.

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