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How to Burn an Audio CD With VLC?

09/30/2011 07:54 by ThomasOakes

First answer posted by JThompson at 09/30/2011 07:54
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  • JThompson
    1. Launch the VLC player or download it from the official VideoLAN website and install it.

    2. Click on "Media" and "Convert/Save," then click on the "Disc" tab. Insert the audio CD into your CD/DVD drive.

    3. Click "Audio CD" and "Browse," then select the CD/DVD drive and click "Convert/Save." The "Convert" screen now appears.

    4. Click "Browse" and choose the location where you want VLC to save the ripped audio. Under settings, select the "Tool" icon. The "Form" screen now appears.

    5. Click the "Audio codec" tab, select the desired format, bitrate, channels and sample rate, then click "Save." The "Convert" screen now appears. Click "Start" to begin the conversion process.

    6. Wait for VLC media player to finish the conversion. Go to the location where you saved the output files and click on the file to listen. You can use the VLC media player or another player to listen to the ripped audio.

  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 09/30/2011 07:54
  • Anonymous user
  • You Don't come near answering the question!!!!  Burning a CD is NOT ripping a CD!  Duh!
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 05/20/2013 10:28
  • Anonymous user
  • JThompson, you are a dumazz.  Read the question next time before answering it.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 08/01/2013 08:44
  • Anonymous user
  • Completely useless. JThompson, you're an idiot.  Maybe now you'd like to explain how to burn a CD...?
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 08/15/2013 21:50
  • Anonymous user
  • is this question so very hard to answer? lol this is the third site ive been too that explains ripping it and not burning it!.... sheezz all I was to do is get my music from my pc to my car cd player... once upon an expansion ago it really wasnt this hard to do...
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 08/21/2013 08:50
  • Anonymous user
  • JThompson.. you are a complete tool. Go fucking kill yourself!
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 08/26/2013 11:37
  • Anonymous user
  • VLC cannot burn CD's but if you save your playlist (Media>Save Playlist to File) as a an M3U file you can then drag and drop the M3U file into Windows Media Player which comes free with all Windows packages and then burn the CD from there
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/24/2013 16:34
  • Anonymous user
  • Are you a freaking idiot, JThompson? An anonymous user answered the question better than you did. And all the webmasters of the web pages that copied this answer onto their own pages without reading how useless this answer is are idiots also.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 06/12/2014 00:04
  • Anonymous user
  • Hmmm, ... On this planet people make mistakes. J Thompson some of us like your response.  Perfectionist (alias Anonymous user) must not be from here. I wonder if "oh perfect one" can spell, "s e r i o u s  i s s u e s"?
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 06/25/2014 04:30
  • Anonymous user
  • I'm avoiding using Windows Media Player because it keeps breaking my files, even though I BOUGHT THE DAMN CD! I own it, I should be able to put it on a CD mix dammit!
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 09/30/2014 21:37
  • Anonymous user
  • This is a very crude guide how to Burn an Audio CD in VLC from music that's on your computer in some recognizable format, like MP3 or FLAC. This is NOT a ripping guide. I made it in 5 minutes while trying to figure out how to burn FLAC files to Audio CD, so your results may vary. The burning action itself happens outside of VLC.
    1. Open VLC, Media > Convert/Save...
    2. Add... > navigate to your music > click Convert/Save button
    3. For Profile select Audio CD
    4. Click the Browse button in the Destination file line and select your CD drive (with blank CD already inserted)
    5. In File name field input whatever you want and click Save. The "Save as type:" is by default "Containers(*.wav)"
    6. Click Start
    At this point you should get a system popup saying files are waiting to be burned OR the conversion of one song to *.wav should begin.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 07/06/2015 23:59
  • Anonymous user
  • This is not how you can burn CD's from VLC Player. I don't know if that can even be done but this is very misleading page.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/23/2016 12:18
  • viewbowl
  • You can follow the step by step guide to convert the unsupported Bluray Discs, AU, FLV, MOV, MP4 to Windows Media Player supported audio or video format.

    http://www.avdshare.com/flac-to-windows-media-player-converter

  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/03/2016 10:27
  • Anonymous user
  • What can I say ... this guy is backwards.  :(
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 07/20/2017 03:05
  • Anonymous user
  • So far so good. You have it now loaded for burning in your Windows. Then go to the CD device folder in your Windows Explorer, right-click with your mouse, and then select Burn.. from the context menu. This will open the Media Player (by default) with a Burn list loaded on the right pane. Push Start burn on top and there we go.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/22/2017 15:04
  • Anonymous user
  • what a load of crap I too simply want to make my own disc of music    ...OLD media player was so easy drag n drop wa la !   done but NO vlc wont let me and windows 10 does not support media player totally sucks .
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 01/02/2018 08:18
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