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[C] Cannot burn mp3s - no DRM, freshly created

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I'm a DJ.

I just finished recording a set in Sound Forge.

Saved the individual tracks as 320kbps mp3s.

CDBurnerXP reports them as being an unsupported file type.

I have to hope this is a bug.

Myd

Edit: In case it's relevant, the first filename: 01. First State - Evergreen (Original mix).mp3

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I think I got the same trouble.

I have a bunch of 320kbps mp3 files. When I try to burn those files in Audio CD mode, CDBurnerXP is freezing. After I shutdown the process/application I found that in C:\Documents and Setting\USERNAME ... CDBurnerXP creates a file of 8 GBytes !!! I tried several time and no positive result. Was only eating the whole free space from C: drive.

Those mp3 files I can play them with any mp3 player.

If I burn the same files as mp3 (data files) on a CD-RW or CD-R everything is OK.

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Please use the "upload attachment" feature of our forum to send us one of the problematic files. We cannot fix anything otherwise.

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Please use the "upload attachment" feature of our forum to send us one of the problematic files. We cannot fix anything otherwise.

uploaded a rar file with 2 mp3 files inside. The forum is not let me to upload mp3 file - "The extension mp3 is not allowed."

There is no confirmation that the file it was uploaded correctly.

Thank you !

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I took a much closer look.

I tried to do an Audio CD with only 2 tracks from 2 mp3 files.

It start the conversion. I see that "Adding Track 1 of 2" and

the green bar goes to 1/2.

I Open the folder:

C:\Documents and Settings\Joshua3\Local Settings\Temp

where I can see the file: tmpE0.tmp = 0Kbytes

and the file: tmpE0.tmp.wav growing from 0 bytes to 20 GigaBytes moment

when I stop CDBurnerXP running just because it seems clear to me that

it will eat, again, all the free space from C: partition (60 Gbytes free there).

I run the same test 3 times. Every time same thing is happening: C partition is running out of space

and CD BurnerXP is a "not responding" task.

I did the same test using InfraRecorder (free version) and it was

able to create the audio CD using the same mp3 files in about 5 minutes.

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Sorry, was out of town. In case mine was a different issue, here's the first of the "not valid" mp3s.

Disc At Once (no pause between tracks), fourteen files, 79:19 total length

In case it's relevant, the machine with the burner is not the machine with the files. The files were selected for burning across a network.

Myd

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