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Re: MP3 to WAV? How?
I had the same problem, until about a week ago. I wanted to add mp3's to a
CD. Here's how I did it:
You must have winamp to do it.
1st. Open winamp, than press ctrl + p, which opens a box with winamp
2nd. Under the "plug-ins" options go to output.
3rd. Under the output plugging box on the double click on the option that
Nullsoft Disk Writer plug-in v1.0 (x86) [OUT_DISK.DL
Choose the directory you want your WAV file to appear in when finished
recording. After you have done this close the winamp preferences window
and open a file. Mp3 or mp2 what ever file type you want to be converted
to wav. And than press press play. Now when you do this, it will play very
very very fast and you wont hear a thing. and immediately you will think,
man I screwed up my winamp. You didn't. Its just recording it to a WAV
file. After you have recorded everything you need. Check the directory you
chose and the files should be in that folder. than to make your winamp
start playing files again open the winamp preferences again by hitting
ctrl+p and than to plugins than to out put and click on the option
directly above the one you chose before. close the window and your mp3's
and wav files should play normally again.
that's what worked for me, because i have a cd full of mp3's. hope that