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sk8ingchocobo

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my band recorded our live show a week ago to make into a live cd (we couldn't afford to do it proffesionally) we now have an 82 minute long MP3 which we can't split down into tracks using windows media player 10 with windows xp we know where we can lose the 2 mins from to fit it onto a cd if we can split it up into tracks is there some kind of patch we can download and use (looked on my own but found nothing) thanks very much
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You can try this program. I haven't used it myself but it might be what you are looking for.

http://www.codevisio...ter/readme.html

Cd burning ins't really an appropriate title for this thread something MP3 splitting might have got more notice.
^^^ just a tip for next time.
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you might want to try overburning it, sometimes you can fit more than 80 minutes on a cd-r, but you need the software that will do it for you. Nero does it for example,
I have crammed 730+ megs on a cdr using Nero before, with no data corruption
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thanks very much i shall try the mp3 splitting software
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