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Burning over 100 songs on cd.


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I remember I use to be able to burn over 100 songs on a cd with roxio and it would play in a cd player I don't care if it plays in my computer.

I was wondering if it is possible to still do with emc and if so how...Kinda rusty on the cd burning,mostly which area to go.

Tks.

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I remember I use to be able to burn over 100 songs on a cd with roxio and it would play in a cd player I don't care if it plays in my computer.

I was wondering if it is possible to still do with emc and if so how...Kinda rusty on the cd burning,mostly which area to go.

Tks.

 

You can still make a music CD with as many songs as will fit on the CD. Same as always.

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I remember I use to be able to burn over 100 songs on a cd with roxio and it would play in a cd player I don't care if it plays in my computer.

I was wondering if it is possible to still do with emc and if so how...Kinda rusty on the cd burning,mostly which area to go.

Tks.

100 songs on an audio cd? I don't think so but I'd love to know how. You can make an mp3 cd that will hold much more but it won't be playable on every player, just those that play mp3 discs. There's discussions on the net about overburning to about 100 minutes but that too isn't playable in every player.

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Bruce - an Audio CD is based on TIME - a max of 80 minutes (or someone mentioned something else I'm not familiar with). But for 100+ songs, that's .mp3 :)

 

Lynn

 

Yes was MP3.I recently burned a data cd with Nero and tried in in my truck cd player that played MP3's but it wouldn't work.Im just trying to figure out how I did it before with roxio because it did work before (few years ago).I know it work just can't remember how I did it.data burn or whatever it was.

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Yes was MP3.I recently burned a data cd with Nero and tried in in my truck cd player that played MP3's but it wouldn't work.Im just trying to figure out how I did it before with roxio because it did work before (few years ago).I know it work just can't remember how I did it.data burn or whatever it was.

I burned an mp3 cd for my son this week and it was playable in his friends fancy, smancy auto cd player. It has just over 30 songs but was only a bit over 2 hours. Nero should work the same way as EMC....an mp3 disc is an mp3 disc!

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I know that it's based on time.

Yes, but it seems Lyn didn't know that you knew. :lol:

 

 

I'm regularly getting 12+ hours of MP3s on a data CD, and I have one data DVD which also plays in my players that has over 110 hours of MP3s. Just a straight data disc does it nicely in my set-top players.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Yes, but it seems Lyn didn't know that you knew. :lol:

I'm regularly getting 12+ hours of MP3s on a data CD, and I have one data DVD which also plays in my players that has over 110 hours of MP3s. Just a straight data disc does it nicely in my set-top players.

 

Regards,

Brendon

Brendon, do you just copy the mp3 to a DVD and your player plays it? I'm going to give that a try. I have a few DVD Music discs that sound great but take so dang long to make.

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Yes I do Paul. Just an ordinary data DVD or CD, R/RW. With the el cheapo player I can also play them from a pendrive or FAT32 formatted USB hard drive.

 

Different players handle them a little differently. One of mine will play the first 150 MP3s in a folder, whereas the other will play the first 300. (You navigate the folders with the arrows on the remote).

 

Both players will also handle data discs with MPEG videos or JPG pictures.

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