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  Review: Olympus DS-2 Stereo Voice Recorder
Subject:   Anything else needed to copy to a cd?
Date:   2008-01-10 05:34:37
From:   klkscanner
I saw the previous post regarding quickly copying to a cd, but it didn't really answer my question. Before I buy this recorder (someone else recommended it highly too), I'd like to know if I need any additional software/hardware to copy/burn audio recordings to a cd. I need to record a directed yoga practice into the recorder, and then create cd's for my students. It sounds like I will be able to transfer the files onto my computer, but am not sure about the transfer to useable cd's. Anyone know what else I might need to make that happen?


Thanks in advance!!

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  • David Battino photo Anything else needed to copy to a cd?
    2008-01-10 23:09:18  David Battino | O'Reilly Blogger [View]

    @klk: You didn't say what type of computer you have, but on Windows you can use Windows Media Player or iTunes to create an audio CD from the WMA files the DS-2 generates.

    On Mac, you can also use iTunes, but you may need to convert the files to another format such as AIFF first. (The software that comes with the DS-2 does that.) In either case, you drag the files into the program, create a playlist, and then click the "Burn CD" button (the name varies).

    Read the manuals for those programs (both free) for details.