Posted by Ian Smith on 01/04/08 00:46
Ta, but not that helpful!
"dadiOH" <dadiOH@guesswhere.com> wrote in message
> Ian Smith wrote:
>> Erm? Obviously I have no idea, but I've burnt a couple of MP3
>> discs and they won't play in my BMW - the manual says "the MP3 data
>> should have been generated using the Fraunhofer codec"
> Germans sticking together :)
>> "dadiOH" <dadiOH@guesswhere.com> wrote in message
>>> Ian Smith wrote:
>>>> I have a new car and the CD player will play MP3 discs but only if
>>>> they are burnt with the Fraunhofer codec. Can't find anything via
>>>> google that will help me to convert my MP3 files - I think they
>>>> are Lame codec - CDs or WMA to Fraunhofer. How do I do this
>>> The codec used to encode MP3s has nothing to do with burning and
>>> has zero effect on their being
>>> If you don't believe me and just gotta have an FhG codec you have
>>> two choices...
>>> 1. Buy/dl a program that uses it
>>> 2. D/L the radium hack one here...
>>> If you decide to use the radium hacked one you'll need to find
>>> instructions on installing and using it. One source for that info
>>> is my dandies (see below) in "Other Programs, Codec Capers".
>>> dadiOH's dandies v3.06...
>>> ...a help file of info about MP3s, recording from
>>> LP/cassette and tips & tricks on this and that.
>>> Get it at http://mysite.verizon.net/xico
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