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Transferring Music From Itunes To Roxio

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Is it possible to transfer album that I have on iTunes to the roxio cd dvd burner?

 

Isn't that a question for the help file in iTunes? Doesn't ITunes allow you to burn a disc? There used to be a lot of restrictions on what and how many copies of the music you could transfer. Is that still in effect? Why do you want to use a Roxio program?

 

Here are the ITunes instructions to burn to cd disc (link).

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Why would you try?

 

All of your music is on your hard drive in a folder.

All you have to do is point whatever Roxio app you're going to use to that folder to look for tracks.

 

iTunes has a library just as Roxio has .All those libraries do is look at the folder you tell them you have your music in to populate themselves.

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Yes, of course you can. Just copy your album from your itunes to dvd burner. Before do it, you need check the format.

If the format of album cannot support be played on dvd player, you should try to (deleted) with third-party video tool.

Then the music album can play on the devices or any other player.

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Yes, of course you can. Just copy your album from your itunes to dvd burner. Before do it, you need check the format.

If the format of album cannot support be played on dvd player, you should try to deleted with third-party video tool.

Then the music album can play on the devices or any other player.

Your posts indicate a lack of familiarly with the Roxio Software...

...and lisaconners has not stated WHAT the intended output is to be.

 

Roxio is a full featured Video and Audio Editing Software that rarely needs any 3rd Party software to work :huh:

 

But what you are suggesting is merely slapping files on a disc and most players are not going to accept that ;)

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