‚Äč

What Format Are Music CDS Recorded in?

Answer

The format that is used on audio CDs is known as CDA (*.cda). CDA files can only be played back straight from a CD. The files have to be converted to another audio file format such as MP3, M4A, WAV or WMA for before they can be stored on a computer.
1 Additional Answer
Music CDs are normally found in the following formats: CD or CDDA (Compact Disc Digital Audio), which is playable on any CD player around the world; ECD and CD+, playable on CD player, on DVD player, computer CD drive, or a multimedia-capable device. Music can also be in VCD, CDR, SACD or Dual Disc formats.
Q&A Related to "What Format Are Music CDS Recorded in?"
Development of the music CD format began in 1970 by the Philips Corporation. In 1979, Philips teamed with Sony to establish the new format as an industry standard. The audio is encoded
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5007261_what-data-format...
There are two CD formats. Most CD can hold about 700 mb of data. CD come in four formats: CD -R, CD +R, CD -RW and CD +RW. CD - (+)RW enables the information to be erased and the
http://answers.ask.com/Computers/Hardware/what_are...
This file format of a CD is dependent on the program you use to rip the data off the CD. Normally it is in the Mp3 format, but if you use Windows Media Player to rip the songs off
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_file_format_does_mu...
1. Check to see if the CD can, indeed, be formatted. Most of the CD-R and CD-RW CD's can be formatted. It is when you have a simple CD with data on it already that you are unable
http://www.wikihow.com/Format-a-CD
Explore this Topic
The file format for a music CD is called audio CD format, typically known as a CDA file (.cda). The CDA files can solitarily be played from a CD. The files must ...
Development of the music CD format began in 1970 by the Philips Corporation. In 1979, Philips teamed with Sony to establish the new format as an industry standard ...
1. Click the "Start" button located in the task bar of your computer. 2. Select "Programs" and click "Windows Media Player.". 3. ...
About -  Privacy -  Your Cookie Choices  -  Careers -  About P.G. Wodehouse -  Articles -  Help -  Feedback © 2014 IAC Search & Media