.wav file to a common CD player

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by bagger, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. bagger

    bagger Guest

    Vista windows w/ media player 11.......
    i record history talks (audio) 40min to a 1 hr. upload to my computer, burn
    a disc for archives.. would like occasionally convert the file to be played
    on a common CD player. How do I do that?
    bagger, Apr 19, 2010
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    bagger Guest

    Thanks Niel for responding, let me be a little more specific,
    the history talks are (voice only) recorded in .wav format, occasionally
    would like to play back to shut-ins (no computers) on a cd player, therefore
    would like to convert .wav file to a cd (?) format & burn a copy of same to
    carry to the shut-in who has a cd player & not a computer. Does that make
    bagger, Apr 22, 2010
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    bagger Guest

    additionally, i have vista home premium which includes burning software Roxio
    Creator DE, not sure if i can use this software to convert .wav to audio cd.
    bagger, Apr 22, 2010
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    bagger Guest

    bagger, Apr 24, 2010
  5. bagger

    bagger Guest

    ignore first 4-24-10

    already set to audio

    i moved the file (which is still on my hard disk) previously to this location,
    attempted to burn, got message, 'unable to open WAV file'

    unsuccessful, any other tips?
    bagger, Apr 24, 2010
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    bagger Guest

    yes, it plays back ok from music folder location, also i burn a copy from
    there which plays ok. to review, when i upload from the recording device
    olympus vn240-pc, the file creates its own folder under 'documents', i moved
    this particular file from the that folder to the 'music folder' as instructed
    but still in the 'wav' format & i cannot open.
    bagger, Apr 27, 2010
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    bagger Guest

    Any update on this?

    bagger, May 14, 2010
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    bagger Guest

    Gee whiz i skipped a week, thank you for your intense troubleshooting, i
    understand what you are explaining. Since i only have 1 file to convert to
    audio cd, i'm putting this issue on the back burner. Because my device is 6
    years old (only 50 bucks), probably a newer recorder would function much
    better without introducing a piece of 3rd party software. i did have an
    issue when first attaching this device & locating the software drivers for
    the vn-240pc when using with my vista computer & had to contact olympus, so
    i'm assuming wmp11 & this device has a compatability issue.
    Another question, with the data wav file on the hard disk of my computer, is
    there a way to copy a portion of the file via wmp11? Another words, if the
    file is 120 minutes, can i copy & save ex; from 15 to 30 minutes into the
    file via wmp11?
    again thanks for all your inputs on this subject.
    bagger, May 24, 2010
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