Wednesday, 18 July 2007

InfraRecorder Copying An Audio CD

Video thumbnail. Click to play Click To Play How to make a copy of an audio CD using InfraRecorder Once movie starts to play double click it to view it full size.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

David,
Excellent Tutorial! I learned a lot. Thank you

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Anonymous said...

Great tutorial! Can you make a tutorial about how to make such tutorials? That is, how to make a movie of screen shots + your voice? I teach math in a school and would love to use this. Thanks a lot, Walt

Dai said...

Yes I think snagit from Techsmith.com it would be possible to do this.

Definately possible with camtasia.

Also photo story by microsoft which is free I think:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=92755126-a008-49b3-b3f4-6f33852af9c1&DisplayLang=en

Anonymous said...

Using a compression windows codec is bad, bad, bad.

If you want a perfect copy, then you safe as uncompressed WAV-File, everything else just messes around with your digital data.

Anonymous said...

This is not realy a copy of the cd. This won't play in a normal cd-player and by that I mean one that doesn't support mp3 and such.
Or am I wrong here?

Dai said...

yes that is correct. Your player support the audio codec that you save the tracks in. Other wise it won't play.

Anonymous said...

my question is how can extract music files in mp3 , i find just wav , ogg and wma !! i not find mp3 or something else , can anyone help me ?

Tom said...

Nice tutorial, thanks. By the way, to Mr Anonymous the Maths teacher, look for a program called FRAPS - it's pretty cheap and works amazingly well. There's a free demo too. You can use it to record whatever's happening on your screen, including mouse moves, and also record audio at the same time.

don said...

try using wink...it is made for this type of tutorial....

Anonymous said...

Please don't use anything other than a *secure* ripper for ripping/copying audio CDs.

For Windows, the only secure rippers are: Exact Audio Copy (freeware), dBPowerAmp (only the pay version offers secure ripping), and Plextools (which only works with Plextor-made drives, such as PX708, PX712, PX716, PX755, PX760, and Plextor Premium).

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