|Posted on Wednesday, February 27, 2002 - 6:21 am: |
I have recently downloaded some really old comedy recordings from the web in MP3 format. I have been trying to burn them onto CD without any success, as they are too fast ('chipmunk' chatter).
These recording are of good quality but the bitrates are only 64 and 32, is this my problem.
How can I record these MP3s to WAV to listen on a regular CD. Is there software out there to fix this? Currently these files are sitting in my Winamp folder.
Thanks, any help would be appreciated.
|Posted on Wednesday, February 27, 2002 - 12:20 pm: |
Time base problems or Alvin and the Chipmunks syndrome as it is sometimes called is usually related to Sound card codecs being used. Conversion to wave sometimes is the only fix other than drivers. Nero Wave Editor incorporates such a tool, but I don't know of any demo download sights off the top of my head, you could try http://www.ahead.de/en/nero55.htm
|Posted on Friday, March 1, 2002 - 1:32 am: |
There is a demo version of Acoustica MP3 burner which converts MP3's to WAV & writes them to a CD. It was available @ www.freeware.com
Hope this helps.