The manual does not give guide to burning onto a CD once the audio recording has been transferred onto the laptop. It states that you can burn from ITunes to a CD and that one should consult the Help Menu but I couldn't see any clear instructions. Can one burn music which have recorded on an audiotaperecorder?
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Re: Burning using Tape2PC
If you are using itunes and you have a cd burner on the laptop...you just pick approx 10-15 tracks from itunes (it also depends on how big the mp3/4 tracks are) place your correct (cd +/-, 16x or 8x) type of blank cd in laptop and burn ...
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As there is no USB port on this IC Recorder, you can connect the Headphone OUT of the IC Recorder to the LINE IN of the Computer. Then, use any Sound Recorder Software to capture the files. You can also use the Sound Recorder Software preinstalled in the Computer.
After transferring the recordings to the Computer, you can use any CD Burning Software to burn the files to a CD.
if you have your os as microsoft then go to help and support centre and type in " burning cd with audio files "
make sure the internet is turned on as microsoft will search related quiries in it records and will surely give you the appropiate answer for this
did you use the recovery disc that comes with your machine?...if not then you have to download the drivers from the Acer website and install it manually either through a CD or USB. You can start burning the USB driver into the CD so that once the USB is working, all other drivers can be easily transferred through a USB flash drive. Goodluck!
The recordings simply reside on your pc, but not in the "Digital Wave Player" software. The software is merely there to let you play the recordings, probably because they are not in a native Windows format.
If the recordings are "Wave, .wav" files as suggested by the software, then simply locate the files you want to put on disc... I am guessing you want to burn on cd.
Then, use a burning program such as Nero to add these files and burn to disc.
If you don't have Nero, then you would need to figure out what type of burning software your machine has installed and go from there.
1. Your laptop cd/dvd drive have what capability:
- cd writer = only burn cd
- cd writer/dvd reader(combo) = still only burn cd
- dvd writer = can burn cd, dvd single layer(4GB)
- dvd DL writer = can burn cd and dvd single 4GB and dual layer 8GB.
Other than those, is not possible.
2. Must have burn apps named:
- Alcohol 120%
- other. search internet.
If you have them then using the apps to burn, just read the manual.
Koam114 is in Korean. I don't understand :)
But If you want songs from website, you should download it first.
Unless the site is giving you a step by step how to burn songs directly to your cd/dvd.
Once downloaded, would be easier to burn to cd/dvd.
Not so much as a solution as a reason why it won't work. The Olympus web site FAQs says that you can't transfer onto an audio CD because the 4-bit depth used to expand the recorder memory can't be converted to a format that is compatible with audio CDs.
I'd be very pleased to find someone who's found a way round this as I brought this recorder to record my study notes, put them onto CD and play them to myself in the car, walking the dog, during lunchbreak etc.
What is meant by "Burning" is that in the CD/DVD There is a "Head" inside which is a "Solid State Laser Beam Generator" this "Beam" is then "Modulated" by the "Recording" (Burning) software in such a way that it causes an actual "Burnt Area" to be formed on the "Substrate" of the CD/DVD "Medium".
This "Area" is then able to B "Read" via another laser & using the "Reflected Light" is "Sensed" by a "Detector" area in the Laser "Head" that translates the resultant signal, when played back..
So really the word "Burn" is just a "catch phrase" to indicate the "Recording" proceedure of data transfer on a CD/DVD.