WMA Recording

  MrNerdy 13:59 12 Jun 2007

I have a Sony CD/Radio in the car which can play WMA CD's, but what software can i use to rip the music onto a CD so i can have 100 tracks on 1 CD?

  MrNerdy 16:12 12 Jun 2007

Can i use Windows Media Player to burn them??

  Joe R 17:22 12 Jun 2007


I know in media player 11, you can burn these files as a "data" cd, which would leave them as WMA files.

  MrNerdy 19:26 12 Jun 2007

Cheers, now all done to one cd-r.
About 8 hours of music on one cd, no more keeping cd's in car!

  al7478 13:57 13 Jun 2007

you must have quite a stereo in your car if it'll play it...?

  MrNerdy 15:38 13 Jun 2007

You convert the music to WMA or MP3 and write them as a data disc via Real Player.
Hence you get up to 700MB or about 100 songs on to a CD-R disc.
As long as your CD/Radio supports WMA/MP3 then no need to carry lots of CD's around.

  al7478 01:33 14 Jun 2007

Oh. Thanks for that, i might give it a go.

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