CDMaster32's file selection dialog will allow you to select any supported
file format. CDMaster32 will then convert that file into a WAV file. The WAV
files are then processed using the built-in CD Quality Converter (if needed)
followed by the built-in Volume Normalizer
(if selected). All of this happens with little or no user intervention.
The source of these MP3s can be your personal collection, Napster, Gnutella...
I invite you to download CDMaster32
for yourself to see just how fast* and easy it is to convert mp3 files to a CD using your CD Writer (also known as a CD burner or
Download the program
now and I'll walk you through this process step-by-step.
Open CDMaster32. You will see the Main
You can open the MP3 to AudioCD screen (aka Recording
Options window) by clicking either by using the RECORD menu
followed by the AudioCD Burner menu.
Ensure that the AudioCD Burner option under Media Type box
"Add" any number of MP3 files by using the Add button. You can add
MP3 files for multiple directories by using the Add button as many times as you need to
get the files you want.
Hint: You can select any file format CDMaster32 supports. This includes MP3, WAV,
Once you add all the MP3 files you want on the CD, reorder the files if necessary using the Hand buttons or use the mouse by drag and drop reordering the files.
When you have the tracks ordered as you want, click the OK button... and the file decoder(s) will begin to process the files into WAV files.
If necessary, the CD Quality converter will automatically convert any non-CD Quality files to CD Quality.
If enabled, the built-in audio
enhancement routines will process the WAV file and restore some of the
quality lost when the file was originally compressed to MP3.
If enabled, the built-in volume normalizer
will process the WAV file and normalize them to the same target volume.
After all the MP3s have been converted by CDMaster32 to WAV, The WAV to AudioCD screen
will show up.
Make sure your CD Writer is selected in the CDR drive setup box.
CDMaster32 should automatically detect the proper Driver for your CDR drive.
Most CD Writers these days are MMC compatible; so this is most likely the
driver you will see.
Select the write speed of your Recordable CD drive. CDMaster32
will detect the allowable write speeds of your media if you place a blank
disc in the writer and click the Media button. It will also detect
the size of you disc.
Select the Write mode.
Hint: Zittware recommends you start with Simulate then Write. After you have used the program a couple of times, feel free to change the option to
Make sure the Finalize Disc is checked. If you fail to check this option,
CDMaster32 will not write the Table of Contents on the CD-R; which means it would not work
in any drive but your CD burner.
Click the Add Tracks button.
If the tracks process properly, you'll be able to click Write
CD and the AudioCD will be created.
For best results; do not use CDRW disks. For
more information click here.
Make sure you have LOTs of disk space for the resultant WAV files. For a normal 6min
song, your looking at 60MB. If you planning on filling the entire 74mins of a CDR, you
going to need over free 784MB of space on your hard drive.
If you choose to normalize
or enhance your tracks, you will need three times as much space (meaning at least
Because CDMaster32 is multithreaded
and fully supports Intel's Hyper-Threading Technology it is one of the
fastest MP3 products available today.