FAQ TO 1st CD Maker
What is 1st CD Maker?
1st CD Maker is a hip software tool that helps you to create normal audio CDs from your favorite MP3,WMA,OGG,Wav files. You can then play them in your regular stereo or car CD player!
How does it work?
Simply drag and drop or click "Add" button to choose the songs you want onto the main screen, hit the "start" button, and in a short time you will have a custom CD! With 1st CD Maker, you can choose to burn 74 or 80-minute audio CDs on either 74 or 80-minute CDR/RW discs. There is no need to convert to WAV! Your CD is burned directly saving your hard drive space.
What can I do with it?
Custom CDs! Make mixes to rock the x-mas party, make gifts for your friends, road trip tunes, hot date tunes, hey - you can even customize the CD cover! Replace your scratched CDs with CDs that you burn yourself from MP3s or WMAs etc. .
What is the system requirement?
You will need a Pentium 100 PC or higher, 16MB RAM or more. The operating system should be Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows ME. Of course, you must have a CD Recorder.
Does 1st CD Maker use a lot of hard disk space?
No! 1st CD Maker is very small so please have no worries about the hard disk space! Unlike other audio CD recording software, 1st CD Maker burns MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV files directly into audio CDs. It does not generate a temporary WAV file.
Can I play MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV files ?
Yes. 1st CD Maker can also play MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV files . You can use the play-bar below the track list.
Does 1st CD Maker support non-CD-quality MP3 files?
Yes. 1st CD Maker not only supports 44.1KHz,Stero CD quality MP3 files, but also supports other MP3 files such as 48KHz,32KHz,22KHz sample rate, stereo or mono MP3 files. 1st CD Maker Version 1.16 and above have a sample-rate conversion feature.
Does 1st CD Maker support Disc-At-Once?
Yes. 1st CD Maker works with disc-at-once mode.
Does 1st CD Maker burn more than 120 songs on a CD?
No. 1st CD Maker makes normal audio CDs, it uses MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV files as sound source, but only burns 74 minutes of music on a 74-minute CDR or 80 minutes of music on an 80-minute CDR.
What does this error mean: "Too much songs"?
The problem is that you have selected too many songs and the total size is over the free disk space on the CD-R. Please reduce some songs in your song list and try again.
My CDRW disc will not play in our home or car stereo system - What's up?
Not all players get along with all brands of CD-R/RW media. You will need to find a combination of recorder, media, and player that get along. Sometimes the CD player will have no problem playing the tracks, but will have a great deal of difficulty seeking between tracks or moving fast-forward. Using a different brand of media or a different CD player may produce better results. Some media work better at 1x, 2x, or 4x speeds. You may find that slowing down or speeding up the recorder helps. We found "KODAK Gold ULTIMA" CD-R disc to be very good for making CDs.
Why did my CD-R eject between the "test" and "write" passes?
The problem is that the recording speed is too high. You should try lowering the recording speed to 1x.
I have entered the registration code, but I can still record only 4 songs - Why?
Perhaps you have entered a wrong registration code.You can solve this problem by re-enter the registration code. Please input the code into the reg code box in a SINGLE line when you meet the registration window.