Output file format combo box
Selects the output audio format for the selected audio file.
Opens a window in which you can set encoding options (see AC3, AIF, MP4, OGG and WAV encoding options and MP3 and MP3PRO encoding options).
Path combo box
Selects the storage location for the output file.
Opens a browser window where you can select a storage location.
File name creation method combo box
Selects the method to be used for creating the name of the output file.
Opens a list box containing the entries Refresh, Change drive, and Eject.
Closes the window.
Starts the save process.
Options >> button
Opens the extended area.
Jitter correction check box
Synchronizes data information by overlapping sectors. This prevents gaps from occurring.
Remove silence check box
Removes silence from the end of an audio file.
Automatically generate an M3U playlist of stored audio tracks check box
Generates a playlist of the audio files that are stored on the hard drive. The M3U file format compiles media files into a list.
Read speed combo box
Defines the speed at which the drive reads the files.
Saving and Converting Audio Files
Output way combo box
Specifies how the audio file is played back: Analog: Transfers the audio data to the sound card directly. Digital: Extracts the audio data first.
Properties for multi
ple selection area
13.1.1 AC3, AIF, MP4, OGG and WAV encoding options
Nero Burning ROM can encode audio files of an audio CD in AC3, AIF, MP4, OGG and WAV formats.
Set these options in dialog windows that you can open in the Save Tracks window via the Settings button. Depending on the output file format you have selected, a window is opened that includes encoding options that are easy to identify. The options to be set depend on the output file format.
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