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An Audio CD is a compact disc which contains high quality audio tracks. It can be played in standard Audio CD players, car cd players, dvd players, and computer optical drives. 

MP3 stands for Motion Picture Experts Group Layer 3, which is a digital compression algorithm for audio file. The mp3 file can be over 10 times smaller when compared to a raw source file. Today, the MP3 file format is the most popular musical file formats in the world.

With PowerISO, you can create Audio CD from mp3 files. Please follow the steps to burn mp3 files to Audio CD.

  • Run PowerISO, and select "File > New > Audio CD" Menu. You can also click "New" button on toolbar, then select "Audio CD" from the popup menu.

     

  • PowerISO will create an empty Audio CD project. You can then add mp3 files to the project. Click "Add" button on toolbar.

     

  • The "Add files" dialog will popup. Select the mp3 files you want to add to the project, then click "Add". You can select multiple mp3 files at once. The selected mp3 files will be checked and added to current project. Repeat this step to add all needed files to the project. 

    Please make sure that the added mp3 files will not exceed the compact disc capacity. You can also remove the file from the project by selecting it in the list, then click "Delete" button on toolbar.

     

  • Insert an empty CD-R or CD-RW disc in the writer, then click "Burn" button on toolbar. 

 

  • The "Burn" dialog will popup. Select the correct burn drive from the list, and change other settings if necessary. The default burning speed is the maximum speed allowed by the writer and the media. You can select a slower burning speed at your will. 

Click "Burn" to start burning mp3 files to the disc.

 

  • PowerISO will start writing the disc. You can see the detailed progress information during writing. If there is CD-Text information in the mp3 files, it will also be written to the disc.

 

  • If the operation completes successfully, you can see the message, "Burning completed successfully".  Click "Close" button to close the message box. If you want to burn another copy, please insert a new writable CD, then click "Burn another copy".

 

 

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