How are you burning AAC to CD-R?

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  1. furthur macrumors member

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    Do you go directly from iTunes? Essentially burning m4p (or AAC) directly on to a disc. Or are you converting AAC files to .aiff through a program like Toast?

    The .aiff files are certainly larger, and to my ears the uncompressed files sound better. Does anyone else think there's a big difference?
     
  2. jethroted macrumors 6502a

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    Re: How are you burning AAC to CD-R?

    If you get itunes to burn as an audio disk, it does the conversion back to aiff anyway. You don't get the quality back though.
     
  3. Kid Red macrumors 65816

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    In iTunes you hit 'burn' in toast, you drag over the files, every thing is andled by the app from what I heard, no problems.
     

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