How to Get a CDA Format

CDA files serve as shortcuts to any audio tracks present on an audio CD. Burning an audio CD with WAV or MP3 files will automatically create CDA shortcuts for each file. You can use an application such as EZ WAV to CDA, MP3 CD Converter or Burn4Free to create audio CDs. However, you must pay to use certain functions of these applications.

Things You'll Need

  • Blank CD
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Instructions

    • 1

      Download and install EZ WAV to CDA. After installing, open EZ WAV to CDA and use the “Add Files” button to add the music files that you want to burn to the CD. Supported file formats include WAV, MP3, WMA and ACM. Insert a blank CD and click the “Burn” button to burn the music files to the CD. The audio CD will now have CDA shortcuts to the music files that you burned.

    • 2

      Download and install MP3 CD Converter. After installing, open MP3 CD Converter and use the “Add” button to add the music files that you want to convert. Insert a blank CD and click the “Burn Now!” button to burn the files to the CD. You can find the CDA shortcuts for each music file inside the CD.

    • 3

      Download and install Burn4Free. After installing, open Burn4Free and use the “Add” button to select music files. Insert a blank CD into your disc burner and click “Burn Audio.” Burn4Free will burn the selected music files to the disc, automatically creating CDA shortcuts for each file.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can play CDA files using Windows Media Player, Apple iTunes or Nullsoft Winamp.

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