Real Player

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  1. Gershom

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    Any hope of burning .ram files from Real Player to audio CD? So far, I've been unsuccessful tryin to figure it out.

    Do I need to convert the .ram files to another type? Any particular way to do this?

    There are some sermons and teachings that I'd like to listen to while I'm in my car, but I can't figure out how to burn them from Real Player to CD.

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  2. Johnv

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    Gershom, you should be able to go to shareware.com and find an app that does this.

    Also, most CD burning software should be able to burn ram and mp3 files to audio cd. My machine does. I think it uses "Nero", a CD burning app. IT came bundled with my machine.
     
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    Thanks. Did just that (download.com). I found and downloaded a program that records any sound coming from my computer as a wav file. Now I believe I can save them in that program, then burn them on CD.

    DIGITAL SOUND RECORDER

    Gonna fiddle with it later this evening.

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    Well, that worked but the free version only gives you 60 seconds for each recording. Phooey.
     
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    I found a converter on download.com that worked as far as converting the .ram files to either mp3 or wave. I converted a file and tried to play it, but it came up as being empty. Don't know what happened.

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