Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Where do the WAV
files go when they are decoded?
A: Click on the Destination Folder
button. The folder that has the black dot is where the WAV files are
Q: CDs created with WAVs from MP3 Decoder do not play on
A: Make sure you are writing an Audio CD. This can be
tested by putting the CD in your computers CD-ROM drive. Do you see .wav
files or .cda files. If you see .wav files you are creating a Data CD. You need
to create an Audio CD. If this is not the case, make sure you are using CD-R
media. CD-RW can only be read by multi-read lasers found mostly in
Q: I just installed MP3 Decoder and upon opening it I
was told it was corrupt. What should I do?
A: This warning is just
telling you that no preferences have been set. This dialog box only shows the
first time MP3 Decoder is run. Its prompting you to go into preferences
and setup MP3 Decoder the way you want to. Defaults will be set if you do
Q: I am receiving an Access Violation on some files that I
am decoding. What's going on?
A: This is a problem with either MP3
Decoder or the decode engine. Make sure you have the most up to date version of
MP3 Decoder, which can be found here. Most access
violations happen for everyone and I will fix them as soon as
Q: MP3 Decoder is giving me an I/O Error
A: Get an updated version of MP3 Decoder at www.hplsoft.com.
Q: MP3 Decoder is giving me an Access Violation at address
A: Get an updated version of MP3 Decoder at
Q: When I decode the decode progress window is
not showing. What's going on?
A: This is a bug in version 1.9. Go
into preferences and visual, and the Window Settings tab. Check transparency
and set the slider to 100%. This only affects users on Windows 2000 and Windows