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Old 11-07-2011, 08:27 PM
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Default Burrrn - a simple program to burn audio files to a CD

I have been looking for a free way to backup all my FLAC albums to CDs, so I can play them on any CD player like a regular CD.

I have heard that EAC is capable of doing this, but not all my FLACs are ripped through EAC.

Then I found a great tutorial using the software Burrrn. I have yet to try it but it looks so simple to do.

Anyone use this program before? Or is there a better way to burn FLACs?
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:31 PM
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I've used it several times and it works wonderfully. But make sure you check the tracklist cause sometimes a song appears repeated or missing if you drag & drop into Burrrn.
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I've used it several times and it works wonderfully. But make sure you check the tracklist cause sometimes a song appears repeated or missing if you drag & drop into Burrrn.
I just burned a CD to test and it worked perfectly. A lot faster than I expected, I will try the CD in a standard CD player to see if it plays like a normal CD.
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I haven't done it in a while, but I know I have burned CD's with Mediamonkey before.
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I haven't done it in a while, but I know I have burned CD's with Mediamonkey before.
Hmmm I haven't used MM in a while (using MusicBee now), but MusicBee won't burn CDs. Burrrn is really simple tho I might not even look at anything else.
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I like Infrarecorder. It handles everything very well.
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I can't remember the last time I burned a regular CD. And it has been months since I burned any kind of CD at all, and that time it was an MP3 CD that my uncle could play in his car.
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I like Infrarecorder. It handles everything very well.
Never heard of Infrarecorder. Looks like nice, no-bloat software like Burrrn, with more features. I may decide to try it out eventually.

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I can't remember the last time I burned a regular CD. And it has been months since I burned any kind of CD at all, and that time it was an MP3 CD that my uncle could play in his car.
Well truth is I have some FLAC rips that I don't have the original CD of (borrowed CDs), I thought it would be a good idea to have a backup CD of these. I won't burn a copy of CDs that I have, because I'm just that lazy .
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As a matter of fact, I think ABi linked me to infrarecorder way back when I was trying to burn the Ubuntu iso onto a CD to fix my Sansa e260 that had to be fixed with the e200tool. Those were dark times indeed... I was so unbelievably inept with computers. Shit.
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