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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Mike Money, Mar 15, 2004.
When the are making CD's, what type of file do copy the song onto the CD? .wav?
im assuming you mean the record labels and all that good stuff?
It's a form of WAV. It's the same data rate as WAV. It's really just an audio standard format.
so if i burned songs to a CD as .wav's, they would play in a regular CD player?
In your cd burning program, you have to select that you want to create an audio cd, then you can drag wav files over and they will play perfectly fine in a cd player.
In nero, you can even drag mp3 files over and it converts them so the play in a regular cd player.
they're *.cda files. compact disc audio.
This is a common misconception - they're not. CDA "files" are the result of an operating system interpreting the tracks on the disc. "Bookmarks", more or less, 44 bytes long (in Windows at least?). Try copying a CDA file to your hard drive and see if it plays.