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Thread: Ac3 Format Music Encoding

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    I have a file with AC3 extention wich is a true 5.1 Dolby Digital format, now i dont know how to burn this in a cd so i can play it on my cd player, i tried opened it with a lot of software and it only says that it doesnt recognize the file, i can hear the file with the software provided by my sound card manufacturer (creative), i know is an unusual question but any help will be appreciated...

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    uncompress it using eac to a normal .wav file. Then convert it to .cda if you're making a music disc or .mp3 if ur making a mp3 data disc. I've never tried doing that without the acm filter version .70 from sourceforge.net installed so I don't know, you might have to install that first.


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    uncompress it using eac

    What is that?????

    Do you have a link?


    Nevermind, i did a google search and found it, thank you..

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    Besweet will also handle ac3, to whatever you want.

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    Originally posted by toddiscool@11 November 2003 - 18:34
    Besweet will also handle ac3, to whatever you want.
    I will try that thank you...

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    yeah, thanks todd. besweet is more professional, he could use that instead. I usually use EAC because its convenient, but I think besweet will give more high quality results.


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    Yeah mate or headac3ch...but besweet would most prob be better.

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    I used the Besweet plug-in "BEsure" to convert the AC3 file to a CD, but now that is over all i can hear via WINAMP is the sound you hear when there is no cable at TV...

    ANyone knows why??

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    http://neroplugins.cd-rw.org/

    You can visit this website, they have a Plug-in for Nero, so you can burn AC3 files directly to cd, Iíve used it various times, and it works flawlessly.
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