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Hi, I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for good MP3 CD (not regular audio CD) burning programs (preferably KDE apps). I use K3b as my burning program, but ...
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    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for good MP3 CD (not regular audio CD) burning programs (preferably KDE apps). I use K3b as my burning program, but this doesn't seem to support MP3 CD burning. What other programs are there?

    Thanks,
    BigFoot

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    k3b will support burning mp3's. You just have to install the non free codec package. On my system, it's called k3b-extras-nonfree.

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    Thanks. Where would I get these codecs? My package manager does not list them.

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    You don't want k3b-extras-nonfree, it is used to create audio cds from mp3 files, burn the mp3s as data to get an mp3 cd.
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