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    I've got a language learning set of CD's that I want to burn to one MP3 cd, but I can't figure out how to copy the cd's over, rip them and burn them back down to a blank disk. There's 10 CD's, each with two 1/2 hour tracks, which should all fit on one mp3 disk.
    Does anyone have recommendations for a decent program to use?
    (Yes, I've tried google, and downloaded about 3-4 different ones. I just want something that works.)
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    I use CDex.

    It requires some initial setup, like where the ripped files are to go, bitrate, etc. but it works quite well.

    Punch it into Google and you should be able to find it.

    Rip, and burn as a Data disc, not an audio disc, if you're burning the MP3s.
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