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anon125

wont burn MP3s

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i have 18 MP3 files.

total size 592MB

record now7 software says it has 647MB and i have to remove 567:12 to make it fit on a new 700MB CD.

i realize your software is lousy

how do i make this garbage do one simple task

or should i just buy nero

 

Wanna bet nobody has a useful answer to the problem - okay prove me wrong

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If that's what you really think, you should go buy Nero. You obviously don't want help from anybody here.

 

Sarge

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If that's what you really think, you should go buy Nero. You obviously don't want help from anybody here.

 

Sarge

 

if you do NOT know the answer why waste peples time?

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i have 18 MP3 files.

total size 592MB

record now7 software says it has 647MB and i have to remove 567:12 to make it fit on a new 700MB CD.

i realize your software is lousy

how do i make this garbage do one simple task

or should i just buy nero

 

Wanna bet nobody has a useful answer to the problem - okay prove me wrong

Sure, I'll take that bet... apparently, you've chosen to make an Audio CD, which requires your .MP3 files to be uncompressed to 10MB per minute of audio, the Standard for CD Audio. I'm going to guess, because we don't really have enough information, that your .MP3 files comprise a total of about 647 minutes of listening. Take off 80 minutes, and you have the 567:12 that Record Now is saying you have to remove.

 

Good so far?

 

Now, we don't know what you want to do, if you just want to write your .MP3 files onto a CD as .MP3 files, you need to select the option to write a Data CD, not an Audio CD. I don't have Record Now, since I'm using EMC 9, but I think that's about as useful an answer as you're going to get.

 

If you have more information about exactly what you want to do, let us know! Or if this solves your problem let us know that too! :)

Edited by d_deweywright

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