That worked!! Hey - thanks a lot for your assistance. I attempted to use Roxio's
knowledgebase, etc. But, since I have a bundled EZCD I don't have the necessary
serial key to have access to their support areas.
> Thanks for the tip from Roxio. I'll check it out in a moment. I've been trying
> to create an audio CD from MP3's - where EZCD converts them on the fly during
> the burn process. I'm using v4.03a.
> I'll check out the tip you offered and reply.
> Thanks again....Brian
> > The following article from the www.roxio.com knowledgebase may help.
> > Jeff
> > Why doesn't Easy CD Creator detect my MP3s as valid audio files ? (Article
> > Number000822-0001)
> > Description:
> > Easy CD Creator fails to recognize my MP3 files as being valid audio files.
> > When opening an Audio CD Layout in Easy CD Creator and browsing to a
> > directly that contains MP3 files, the program reports: "There are no audio
> > files in this folder."
> > Also, if you try to drag an MP3 file into an Audio Layout, a warning message
> > may be displayed indicating : "The MyFile.MP3 has an unrecognized file
> > extension. Valid extensions are .WAV and .MP3. Please select a files with a
> > .WAV or .MP3 file extension."
> > This information applies to the following product(s):
> > - Easy CD Creator Deluxe 4.x Suite
> > This information applies to the following Operating System(s):
> > -Windows 95
> > -Windows 98
> > -Windows NT 4
> > -Windows 2000
> > Solution:
> > In Windows 95/98/NT 4, go to Start->Control Panel ->Multimedia->Devices and
> > expand the Audio Compression Codecs.
> > In Windows 2000, go to Start->Control Panel ->Sound & Multimedia->Hardware,
> > double-click on the Audio Codecs entry and then click on the Properties tab.
> > In either of the operating systems, look for an entry for Fraunhofer IIS
> > MPEG Layer-3 Codec. If the entry is missing, skip to the next paragraph.
> > Otherwise, double-click on the entry and then choose the About button,
> > ensure that you are using version 1.9 or later. If the Fraunhofer entry is
> > an earlier version than 1.9, then remove it.
> > Search for any files on your drive that match L3*.ACM and rename them to a
> > different extension, such as .OLD, then reinstall your copy of Easy CD
> > Creator.
> > Your MP3 files should be recognized properly after the reinstall.
> > Product: Easy CD Creator Date Created: 08/22/2000 10:09 AM Article Number:
> > 000822-0001
> > Category: Troubleshooting / Error Messages Date Updated: 02/15/2001 02:27 PM
> > > Problem still exists. Once I told EZCD to Show ALL files, it does show
> > them as .mp3
> > > files. But, EZCD doesn't think they are .mp3 files sonce they are
> > associated with
> > > an audio player (i.e. Realplayer, Winamp, Sonique, etc.). I'm using
> > Sonique to play
> > > my .mp3 files.
> > > How can I configure my files types and/or EZCD to recognize my MP3 files
> > as actual
> > > .mp3 audio files so I can burn them??
> > > Please help.
> > > -b
> > > > I figured out the problem. It was a VIEW problem. "VIEW Files" was
> > only set to
> > > > show files with a CDDA or WAV extension. When I chose to show ALL
> > files, my
> > > > MP3's appeared. Thus, what I've read regarding EZCD converting the
> > files on the
> > > > fly must still be true. We'll see in a few minutes.
> > > > Thanks - b
> > > > > According to the on-line help and magazine artilces on EZCD, the
> > conversion
> > > > > occurs automatically. Why do I need to convert them manually first??
> > I can
> > > > > do this with Winamp if needed. But, if there is a way to configure
> > EZCD to
> > > > > do it, why not?
> > > > > Thanks,
> > > > > Brian
> > > > > > You need to convert them to wav files first.
> > > > > > Jeff
> > > > > > > I just started using EZCD4.0. I have downloaded the MP3's I'd like
> > to
> > > > > > > burn. When I run EZCC Audio CD Creator, it doesn't see any audio
> > files.
> > > > > > > It says "There are no audio files in this folder". When, in fact,
> > there
> > > > > > > are about 20 .mp3 files. They are associated with Sonique (an
> > audio
> > > > > > > player). I'm a newbie at this...can anyone help?
> > > > > > > Brian