I use Roxio Creator NXT to burn my audio .FLAC files to CDR >Real Audio to play on my home stereo
and have been getting an error message lately with some .FLAC files
"the following files could not be added to the project" "this is NOT a valid supported music file" "This is not a valid or supported music file. The following audio file formats are supported: aac, ac3, flac, mp3, ogg, wav, wma, mpga, cda, m3u, wpl, asx"
^ ^ [WTF?? they are .FLAC files Roxio!]
I have had no problems burning .FLAC files to CDR>real audio with this program before and the .FLAC files work/sound fine when I play them on my computer headphones/speakers but I can not burn them to CDR is anyone else having problems with this??? I usually have no problems burning .FLAC files to CDRs with Roxio Creator NXT but maybe sometimes the software does not recognize all .FLAC file types
when the Roxio Creator NXT software does work and burns the .FLAC files to CDR; the playback on my home stereo system is totally bad quality, with crackles and pops [its NOT my home stereo system, CD player, or speakers because other CDs play and sound fine] and I tried the burned CDRs on other stereos car, portable etc... and the crackles and pops are still audible there
^ ^ anyone have this problem or heard of this before??
I am getting very frustrated and wasting a lot of money on blank CDRs that I have to throw away
this is the 3rd version of Roxio Creator software I have purchased and there is always something wrong with it
Ah. Right. Toast isn't going to work for you then. one workaround is to convert the flacs to wav or aiff and use itunes to burn discs. PITA I know but it works
thanks again for your technical suggestion
^ ^ I am done with Roxio! they "burned" me 3 X times over the years [and apparently millions of other people too according to the Amazon reviews] there is always something wrong with that software
I have un-installed Roxio software from my computer and busted the installation DVD / threw it in the garbage
I really don't want to mess about with converting the original source .FLAC files to .WAV or .aiff / and then using i-Tunes to burn
I have some awesome sounding concerts from The Cure Community in .FLAC and tons of other stuff on external hard drives I want to burn to CDRs so I can finally listen to them on my home stereo cranked really LOUD and am going to use Nero and or Sony Creative software from now on for burning .mp3s, .FLAC, and DATA