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Encoding Files to Real Audio

Posted on 1998-08-27
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I have got a copy of Real Encoder in order to create Real Audio files for my Website.
I want to convert Audio CD files to Real Audio, but Real Encoder does'nt seem to offer this option.
Anyone know of an App that can do this ???
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Uhh, sorry, but what is "Audio CD files" ?
If you meant reading Audio CD (RedBook format, don't have files,
only tracks) then you should "ripping" program, such as WinDAC,
or CDDA (there are hundreds). This program will extract audio from
CD to WAV file (if your CD-ROM supports DAE) and which you can convert to RA. Make sure that you have plenty of disk space. CD
WAV's are 44kHz, 16-bit, stereo and take approximately 11MB per
minute.
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