Burn Audio CD

AudioEdit Deluxe converts MP3, MP2, WMA, OGG, and WAV files to CD Audio format for normal CD player access.

1.Insert an Audio CD into the CD-ROM drive. If you have more than one CD-ROM drive, you can select the one you want to use from the Device drop-down list. You can also change the speed by selecting the speed from the Speed drop-down list but unless you are having problems or specific preferences it is best to leave the speed at Default.
2.Click File>Convert>Burn Audio CD in the main window.

3.Click Edit>Add File(s) or Add Path(s).


The files are placed on the CD in the order they appear in the list. To re-order the files in the list, select a file and click Edit>Move Up or Move Down.
4.Select the files you want to convert.


You can select more than one file by pressing the Ctrl key while clicking the files or pressing the Shift key and using the arrows to select a range of files.
If you want to remove files from the list, select the files you want to remove, click Edit>Remove or click the Remove Files button. You can also remove all files from the list by clicking the Remove All Files button or by clicking Edit>Remove All.
If you have more than one recording device, select the one that you want in the Drive field.
If the CD that you are recording to does not support the maximum write speed, you must change the speed in the Write Speed field to a speed the CD supports.
5.Click File>Record CD. You can also click the Record Audio CD button.


You must have a CD-recordable drive (CD-R or CD-R/W) to accomplish this conversion. In addition, the WAV files must be CD quality (44.1 KHz, 16-bit, stereo).

Click on the following links for menu information.

File Menu Selections

Edit Menu Selections

Record CD
Erase CD-RW
Auto-Eject CD on Completion
Cache/Decode Files Locally
Enable Burn-Proof Mode
Enable High-Compatibility Mode
Enable Test Mode
Use Disc-at-Once Mode
Eject CD
Close Tray
Add File(s)
Add Path
Remove All
Move Up
Move Down
Select All
Deselect All