Audio Data Burner OCX is an ActiveX control for software developers. This control can burn regular audio files (as MP3 and WMA) in the root directory of the CD. We use this control to burn MP3 and WMA CDs, and much more... Version 2+ supports VIS
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Description: Audio Data Burner OCX is an ActiveX control for software developers. This control can burn regular audio files (as MP3 and WMA) in the root directory of the CD. We use this control to burn MP3 and WMA CDs. This control supports many events, works on a low level mode (base on ASPI), runs fast and easy to use. Version 2+ supports VISTA.
Audio Burner Activex (OCX) 1.0 Audio Burner ActiveX 1.0 is an OCX control for software developers that will make a standard audio CD from many types of audio files. Convert MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG and APE to a CDA
Audio Burner ActiveX 1.2.0 ActiveX (OCX) component for software developers that can burn a standard Audio CD from MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, APE, AIF, VOX and more audio files. Audio Burner ActiveX 1.2.0 is an
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