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HI think I remember reading a post about this, but couldn't find it so here it goes again. How do I make a audio cd in k3b? Do I need ...
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    audio cd in k3b


    HI think I remember reading a post about this, but couldn't find it so here it goes again.

    How do I make a audio cd in k3b? Do I need a special codec or plug-in if so can someone provide a link?

    Thanks
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    If you know it's here, what about some searching?

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    Start K3b, select "New Audio CD Project", add the files, and burn the CD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    Start K3b, select "New Audio CD Project", add the files, and burn the CD.
    Ya I do that and it doesn't play in my car , but if I do it with nti in a different proprietery OS it works.
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    I've never had that problem and my truck is a 2000 model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    I've never had that problem and my truck is a 2000 model.
    Darn mine is a 98 lol
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    Assuming you're trying to burn MP3s, have you installed MP3 support for K3B? I had to install that before I could get it to burn MP3s at all...
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