Sound File Mode

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The sound file mode lets you burn audio files using a different program, such as a media player or iTunes, rather than Virtual CD. Rather than burning an audio CD, this mechanism collects data in a special type of blank, converts it, and stores it in the form of sound files (e.g., MP3 files). This means you can generate sound files using any program that can burn an audio CD.



Keep in mind that the sound file mode can be active on only one virtual burner.