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Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

I have created an 80-minute playlist and saved it as a .fpl file. Is there an easy way for me to burn this as an audio CD now? A friend hinted that there might be a way to get fb2k to encode the files as wav and burn them to a CD (using nero behind the scenes, I think) but I have yet to find such an option. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

Reply #1
Audio CD writer
Allows direct audio CD burning from any supported audio format.
Uses engine from Nero Burning Rom which must be installed.

Download - size 19.4KB

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Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

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Yes, fooby (w/Nero engine) does it and also:

        [span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%']Burrrn[/span]

which is free and don't need no Nero.

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Burrrn is a little tool for burrrning audio CDs with CD-Text from various audio files. Supported formats are: wav, mp3, mpc, ogg, aac, mp4, ape, flac, ofr, wv, m3u, pls and fpl playlists and cue sheets. You can also burrrn EAC's noncompliant image + cue sheets! Burrrn can read all types of tags from all these formats (including ape tags in mp3). Burrrn uses cdrdao.exe for burrrning.


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Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

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Do .shn files need to be decoded to wave with an external program then burnt?

Is there anyway to burn them on the fly like nero supports .mp3?

Thank You!

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Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

Reply #4
foobar audio cd writer will decode all files to wav on its own before burning the disc. Including .shn, obviously.

I am pretty sure Nero with mausau's (sp?) weird .shn reading plugin will have to do the same.


An external program for decoding isn't needed in either case though.
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Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

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Sorry for asking this in a forum where it doesnt belong in any way, but could anyone point me to a CD burning utility that allows to sort the tracks based on the (ID3V1/APE) tracknumber tag. I've found no way to do this, and it makes me crazy 

Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

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Sorry for asking this in a forum where it doesnt belong in any way, but could anyone point me to a CD burning utility that allows to sort the tracks based on the (ID3V1/APE) tracknumber tag. I've found no way to do this, and it makes me crazy 

foobar  Add your tracks to a playlist, sort them, burn them, done...

Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

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foobar  Add your tracks to a playlist, sort them, burn them, done...

Yah, i know. It just seems stupid that none of the burning-programs i've tried has this simple(!?) functionality. Anyways, not the right place to discuss this, so nevermind.

EDIT : Sorry, had no idea that the cd writer was this intuitive. Guess i'll use foobar to burn my cds now 

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foobar audio cd writer will decode all files to wav on its own before burning the disc. Including .shn, obviously.

I am pretty sure Nero with mausau's (sp?) weird .shn reading plugin will have to do the same.


An external program for decoding isn't needed in either case though.

thanks a lot!!!

 

Burn FPL mp3 playlist as CD?

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@Gul:

With Burrrn I think you can drag and drop from foobar2000's playlist to Burrrn, and it will retain the order.  I'm not at home right now so I can't check this out. Nero's great and all, but Burrrn is simple and really rocks and it's free.

 
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