Audio Download Question

DaveG

DaveG

Kind of PC stupid, When I download the audio since it is in MP3 format and burn them to a CD, I need to have an MP3 player? I don't guess I can just pop it into the car CD player and it work? Thanks
Loriann

Loriann

Oh pooh!! You're not stupid David... oh please... :lol: Once you download the mp3 files to your computer, you can then burn those files to a CD and pop it in any CD player... car, boombox, DiscMan, etc... I backed mine up on CD's as well as put it on my iPod in case there were times that my iPod was about to die, or whatever. I don't have a docking station for mine, so sometimes I like to just pop a CD into the boombox so I can listen without having headphones on or earbuds in. It works just fine!!
DaveG

DaveG

Well I burned the Beg. Book and Lessons 1-7 and they play on the PC that I burned them from, Playes on my desctop PC but will not play in my truck. just sit's on track 1
Loriann

Loriann

Wow... wish I had a really good techie answer to that one Dave... I've played mine in a DiscMan, a boombox and a PC or two, and they've worked just fine. Any tech geniuses out there that can help Dave??
Antonio

Antonio

[quo]*Quote:* just sit's on track 1[/quo] Hi Different brand names and models of CD players may behave different. Very difficult to say, but you may try to burn them again at the lowest speed you can. ( this we have to do regulary in Linux in order to have a satisfying result ) Other thing you could try is to use your burner program ( Nero, ...other ) and burn it as a music CD , instead of just drag and drop the mp3s to CD. If this fails, try another burning program,,,there are many good quality freeware CD burning programs on the net. Other than that.......I have to scratch my head a lot. Let us know if this was useful ( or not ! ) Antonio
nohablo

nohablo

[quo]*Quote from * Antonio Other thing you could try is to use your burner program ( Nero, ...other ) and burn it as a music CD , instead of just drag and drop the mp3s to CD. [/quo] I was trying to remember what I did when I had a similar problem with files from a different Spanish program a couple of years ago, and Antonio's answer reminded me. I originally had simply dragged and dropped the mp3 files onto the CD. The resulting CD played fine on my computer, but when I tried to play it in the car or in a portable CD player, I got nothing. I tried again to burn a CD, this time choosing to create the CD as a music CD, and that did the trick.
Loriann

Loriann

You know, that's what I did too, now that I think of it. I used Nero, and I created them as a music CD, so they worked just fine.
DaveG

DaveG

Sorry, been away from the puter..... I got it working, I went to Wal-Mart and got some music CD's and they work in the car now... Thanks ALL!!!!

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