[LAU] Short reminder...

Garry Ogle garry.ogle at tiscali.co.uk
Thu Jul 16 13:16:14 EDT 2009

Jacob wrote:
> Hi Julien,
> Julien Claassen schrieb:
>> Hello!
>>    How many MB of .wavs can I burn into an audio-cd? 700MB for an 80min disk or 
>> 800MB for an 80min disk? To be clear I speak of MB in .wav files, where the CD 
>> will be a CDDA.
>>    Thanks for any good answer.
>>    Best,
>>           Julien
> If your WAV is CDDA compatible (44100Khz, 16bit, stereo, PCM), the audio
> data of a file with around 807MiB (~846MB, 846720000 Byte) will fit into
> 80 min of (CDDA) audio.
> The "700MiB" is the limit for (CD-ROM) data file storage (more error
> correction -> less space).
> HTH,
> Jacob

I stand corrected. My apologies, Julien.
My reply was based on the fact that k3b shows 79 mins free space for an 
audio session on a 700Mb disc.


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