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Old 2005-01-27, 04:33 PM
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Re: best version of win amp?

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Originally Posted by pauly6
So if I want to burn an audio CD for the car or something, Convert the Shn of Flac to wave with out deleating the input file, burn the wave files , then delete the wave files. That conversion will not have any effect on the origional files , right?
Actually, the depends. If you plan on trading the files in the future, back the original SHN/FLAC files up to a CDR or DVDR, as burning to audio CD and then re-extracting can cause unwanted errors. Once you backup the original, unaltered data files, you can then proceed with the above.

The conversion from SHN/FLAC > WAV will not cause any changes in the audio, but unless you're very careful to use EAC and a reliable burner, the transion from WAV > CDR > WAV may, which is why we request that traders keep the unaltered files for passing on to otherse.
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