• On the Write Audio CD menu that pops up, the Device: is likely to be the only CD writer a non-techy user owns. Unless you have a good reason, leave unchecked Replaygain Processing and DSP Processing. Dither is optional and inaudible under normal conditions. You now whether the files include trailing silence or not, so you can advise whether to tick the box by Burn gaplessly or not.
foobar2000 is freeware. ..........snip........... can burn Audio CDs
I've now found ImgBurn Write mode "Create CUE file" will accept an M3U, but that's of little use since that mode won't write an image to HD file.
And do you mean WMA singular or WMAs plural?
If you want a single file, something like lossless disc image with embedded CUE sheet might be best. CueTools does this nicely, but you'd have to convert from WMA-Lossless into a format it understands, first, e.g. FLAC. Also need to choose a lossless format compatible with your chosen burning app. I note that ImgBurn doesn't support subcode data, which means it can't do CD-TEXT.
I note that ImgBurn doesn't support subcode data, which means it can't do CD-TEXT.
The best WMP on XP will not burn gapless
Are you sure you aren't adding unnecessary constraints?
stick to Windows Media Player, which supports gapless burning
If it's Windows 7 or Vista