How to Burn an Audio CD With VLC

VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVD, Audio CD, VCD, and various streaming protocols. You can also use it to rip music from your audio CDs using VLC. Here is the instruction to tell you how to turn an audio CD with VLC.
1. Download and install VLC player from here:(You could choose the 32-bit or 64-bit as you need)

2. Click on “Media—-Convert/Save,” then click on the “Disc” tab in the “Open Media” window. Insert the audio CD into your CD/DVD drive.


3. Click “Audio CD” browse to select the CD/DVD drive, click “Convert/Save.”


4. Select the “Tool” icon in “Settings”, and then click the “Audio codec” tab, select the desired format, bitrate, channels and sample rate you need. Save the settings you did.



5. Select Choose the destination by clicking on “Browse” button in “Convert” window. Now click “Start” to begin the conversion process.


6. Wait for a while, you can find your Audio CD has been burnt perfectly.

7 thoughts on “How to Burn an Audio CD With VLC


      I am getting the same message. Is there a solution. I am embarrassed to say . Don’t know where to find the log ??

  1. mark cathcart

    Yes, and Dave pointed out this is about ripping content from a CD. Sort it out, wasting time isn’t useful.

  2. jason long

    Doesn’t work the way it’s supposed to, only lets me get as far as the music files and it won’t allow me to Save them, so i cannot proceed any further.

  3. Samantha Lyle

    As everyone else said, this is ripping, not burning. Glad I spent my time reading all the instructions before I figured that out. Thanks ugh

  4. DreadMore

    Whoever keeps copying those instructions around web and calls this burning should BURN his ideas – this is clearly RIPPING!

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