SHN file format?

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  1. TrashFish9

    TrashFish9 Guest

    Sorry if this is a bad question here, but there's this guy who has some Pink
    Floyd live shows on CD-R which I'd really like to trade for. However, he says
    that some of them are in SHN file format, which I've certainly heard about
    before, but know virtually nothing about, instead of the regular format. So
    how do I deal with such CD-R's? Can I play them right off the bat in my CD
    players just like regular music CD-R's? If not, then what do I need to do, or
    what does it take, to be able to convert them to regular file format so that
    then they can be burned to new CD-R's? I'd appreciate any efforts to help.
    Thanks.
    TrashFish9, Oct 13, 2004
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  2. TrashFish9

    Brian Guest

    "TrashFish9" <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:...
    > Sorry if this is a bad question here, but there's this guy who has some

    Pink
    > Floyd live shows on CD-R which I'd really like to trade for. However, he

    says
    > that some of them are in SHN file format, which I've certainly heard about
    > before, but know virtually nothing about, instead of the regular format.

    So
    > how do I deal with such CD-R's? Can I play them right off the bat in my

    CD
    > players just like regular music CD-R's? If not, then what do I need to

    do, or
    > what does it take, to be able to convert them to regular file format so

    that
    > then they can be burned to new CD-R's? I'd appreciate any efforts to

    help.
    > Thanks.


    read this.. a guy who knows what he's talking about... it is possible, u
    just need to convert them as described on the page.. SHN software converters
    are also on the page.
    Brian, Oct 13, 2004
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  3. TrashFish9

    Brian Guest

    "TrashFish9" <> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    news:...
    > Sorry if this is a bad question here, but there's this guy who has some

    Pink
    > Floyd live shows on CD-R which I'd really like to trade for. However, he

    says
    > that some of them are in SHN file format, which I've certainly heard about
    > before, but know virtually nothing about, instead of the regular format.

    So
    > how do I deal with such CD-R's? Can I play them right off the bat in my

    CD
    > players just like regular music CD-R's? If not, then what do I need to

    do, or
    > what does it take, to be able to convert them to regular file format so

    that
    > then they can be burned to new CD-R's? I'd appreciate any efforts to

    help.
    > Thanks.


    hang on forgot the link:
    http://www.u2shn.com/shnfaq.php
    Brian, Oct 13, 2004
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