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hippie91069
2008-03-09, 12:39 PM
I have a few cd-r that i wanted to convert back to flac. To make a data dvd. I am not sure how to do this with traders little helper.
Thanks folks for your help

edit by Five: scroll down a ways...

jamroom
2008-03-09, 12:47 PM
Click format -> encode wav files -> add them to the window -> select encoding format (flac level 6 or 8) -> check align on sector boundaries -> encode

Works for me.

hippie91069
2008-03-09, 01:00 PM
thanks very much

hippie91069
2008-03-09, 01:06 PM
Sorry ,one more question. Says none of the files given has file extensions??? Wont allow me to do it

Five
2008-03-10, 03:58 PM
trade only the original files, don't burn them as playable audio cdrs and re-extract them. :disbelief it alters them (check the fingerprints) and errors creep in. that garbage is not allowed on this site & most others like it. :nono:

hippie91069
2008-03-12, 10:11 PM
i wasnt plan on doing that my friend. i was trying to make it easier to send some stuff to a friend in canada who is sick ,instead of sending her 15-20 cd's

Five
2008-03-13, 07:54 AM
ahh okay sorry let me pull my foot out of my mouth then.

for the file extensions I think you have to open windows explorer (the thing what views folders), at the top go to Tools>Folder Options>View tab and then uncheck "Hide file extensions for known file types" then hit the apply button.

Hope this helps

can't you just drag and drop the folders with the FLAC files in them to your computer, then burn about 7 cdrs worth to one DVD? that's what I do. No TLH involved at all!

splumer
2008-03-13, 08:02 AM
ahh okay sorry let me pull my foot out of my mouth then.

for the file extensions I think you have to open windows explorer (the thing what views folders), at the top go to Tools>Folder Options>View tab and then uncheck "Hide file extensions for known file types" then hit the apply button.

Hope this helps

can't you just drag and drop the folders with the FLAC files in them to your computer, then burn about 7 cdrs worth to one DVD? that's what I do. No TLH involved at all!

Um, don't they need to be ripped from the discs first? THEN converted to FLAC?

Five
2008-03-13, 08:22 AM
yeah, but he said "back to FLAC" so my thought is just to copy the original FLAC files, no TLH involved. if they have never been FLAC then EAC is the prog that's necessary. pls try to explain hippie we're here to help.

hippie91069
2008-03-15, 05:39 PM
sorry guys i worded that wrong i appoligize. i wanted to put like 5-7 shows on a dvd i guess a audio dvd? kinda new to this (dvd format anyway) so i like to learn to do things right, no biggy i can send her the cd-r's. She will be happy while she is recovering from surgery. THANK YOU FOR PUTTING UP WITH ME FOLKS

Five
2008-03-16, 06:43 PM
okay I think I see what you mean ... there's two kinds of audio dvds, DVD-A (which almost nobody can play) or else you can just make a "normal" dvd with no picture. I haven't done this personally & it would take some hours depending on how fast your computer is.

I can't find it right now but there was some turtle-something or other link that had another link to a program that can convert 24bit to audio dvd very simply, if somebody could help out with that pls...

also, I edited the title so it will (hopefully) attract help of the correct kind

direwolf-pgh
2008-03-16, 06:48 PM
ive been using this. http://www.audio-dvd-creator.com/

you can easily add the info file & album cover art

up to 96/24 recording - plays in standard DVD units

great for 3 disc/4 disc live recordings