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Burning More Than 80 Min

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I have several mp3 files I want to burn to a standard CD for use in a portable CD player. The total is about 50MB of space, but the playing time is over 80 minutes. How can I get these mp3 files to burn? I thought as long as the MB is less than 700, I could do it.

Using "Create Audio CD for Car/home player", it works, except for the 80 min limit.

Tried "Drag to Disc", won't play in player

Tried "Music Disc Creator - MP3/WMV", won't play in player

Tried "Creator Classic", won't play in player

 

These files total about 2.5 hours of audio, but only 50MB in size. Any suggestions how I can get them on a disc and play them on a CD player? Oh yeah, I'm using ISO+Jolier+UDF for the burning option.

Thanks in advance for the help

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80 Min is a Audio CD standard not a Mp3/data CD standard! I can usually put 186 Mp3's more or less on a CD that's 700mb of data. Now if your player will play them?

 

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If your CD player will play only CD-Audio, then you're limited to about 80 minutes per disc.

 

If the player will play MP3 files, then you can use as many as you can fit on the disc.

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If your CD player will play only CD-Audio, then you're limited to about 80 minutes per disc.

 

If the player will play MP3 files, then you can use as many as you can fit on the disc.

 

Ah, see, the mp3 files play if the total minutes is <80, but not if the total is even 1 min longer. So, the CD player must play mp3 files.

 

Any more ideas ? Thanks for you have answered so far.

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Norm2006 if your disc is only playing 80 min then you made a Audio CD not a Mp3 CD!

 

Your reply is cryptic at best, I really don't understand what your saying.

 

Explain what your doing and in what application your doing it in, in detail please.

 

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