I have a 908 MB 16 bit 48 kHz AIFF audio file I want to resize to fit onto a regular CD for play in my car. It is a 90 minute voice audio file so reducing the kHz isn't a big deal with only a subtle quality change. I first exported it from the 48 kHz size to a 32 kHz and this reduced it to 649 MB. On attempting to burn it in Toast gave an error that there were no enough sectors available. ??? I then tried a conversion to 24 kHz which reduced it down to a smaller yet, 450 MB size. Both of these attempts to burn gave me the not enough sectors available warning in Toast on attempt to burn. ??? What am I missing? Is it because the length is still 90 minutes? The Quicktime file size is small enough to fit onto a 700 MB CD. I ended up spitting it into two-45 minute CD's @ 48 kHZ & 16 bit stereo. However, I did want it on one CD. Any & all help appreciated. Thanks, Rod -- --------------------------------- Rod Duncan "Buy a Mac and be thought a fool or buy a Windows box and remove all doubt."