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Posted: 16 Sep 04, 09:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi everybody, if anybody knos about a free tools to convert the flac files to wav or mp3.

Thank you very much


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Posted: 16 Sep 04, 17:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Try ’FLAC frontend’ program. You can download it from here :
http://flac.sourceforge.net/download.html

With this you can convert FLAC to WAV.


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Posted: 20 Sep 04, 10:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've downloaded the program and created wav files succesfully.

But when i burn them with nero in the disc at once option i have a problem.
There are 1 second sillences between the tracks. Not the normal 2 second silences, but 1 seconde sillence even after using the disc at once option..

What do i have to do to make a cd with wav files without the silence between the tracks? Do i have to use a wav editor and paste all the tracks?
If i do this it will be one big track (like the zoom bootleg cd) How can I make sure that there aren't any sillences between the tracks and at the same time there are tracks (instead of one big track)?

I would love to hear from you..

Dennis

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Posted: 20 Sep 04, 20:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I’ll try to help. You wrote you have got Nero. If you have all tracks in its window you should see (probably in 4. column) ’Silence’. There’ll be 00:02.00 near every track. It means there’ll be 2 seconds silence between tracks. All you should do is to choose (with shift+click) all tracks except the first one and with right click open ’Properties’. Then change 2 sec in ’Silence’ field to 0 sec. and click OK. All I wrote above could also be done one by one track with double clicking and changing time from 2 to 0 sec. The first track always should have 2 sec. silent as this silent is before the track. After this you could burn it.

I don’t know if I wrote it intelligible, but it’s always pain to describe such processes. And maybe your problem lies in something different.



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