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Old 03-25-2006, 08:54 AM   #1
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Ripping .wav with KAudioCreator

I want to rip some .mp3 into .wav and then burn them with K3B.

I have KAudioCreator installed by default, and I've googled around but I don't see any directions on how to convert .mp3 to .wav.

Is there anyway to do this?

Also, I don't think you can rip to .flac and then burn to an audio cd, correct?


EDIT: Errr.does K3B do the convert on the fly? I think it can and I'm burning a disk right now, but there isn't any documentation on the web nor K3B

EDIT2: Yes, K3B can convert on the fly while burning an audio CD...Very nice!

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