burning

  stephen0205 12:29 07 Aug 2005
Locked

i recently downloaded now 61 from a leagl;e download site.........napster.............it is 20 sonngs on disk 1 and 22 songs on disk 2 and both r to big to burn ............i am using nero and the over bur says to large to over buren so help me please


thanks guys

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:40 07 Aug 2005

make 3 disks, 14 songs each

  stephen0205 12:51 07 Aug 2005

i wanted to put them on 1 disk each so it would be like the real disk

  ACOLYTE 12:53 07 Aug 2005

Well the only thing i can think off is to lower the bitrate,and then re sample them so as to make the song files smaller and you may be able to get more on a cd.

  stephen0205 15:19 07 Aug 2005

it doseny matter a bout the birate because nero uses the size of the song in minits and im using 80 min disks and i need to burn 100 mins

  mattyc_92 15:31 07 Aug 2005

How long, on average, is one of the tracks. It SHOULD be around 4 minutes.

  ACOLYTE 18:09 07 Aug 2005

I think the bitrate matters,just my opinion but the length of the file 4 mins worth with a lower bit rate will still be 4 mins but maybe 3meg instead of 5 meg files.Witch is 630 mb or 21 songs at 4 minutes each witch is 84 minutes and i think nero can burn 4 minutes over.

  Totally-braindead 18:29 07 Aug 2005

The choices you have are burn them as Data ie MP3s which then means some CD players won't read them as some can't read MP3s, put them on 2 90 minute disks click here fourth or fifth ones down which may be long enough but will only work if your software and your CD writer will accept 90 minute CDs a lot of them won't, mines included. Or take off a couple of songs and either put them on the other disk or just leave them off Perhaps Now has deliberatly made the comilation larger to stop you getting them on 2 disks.

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Elsewhere on IDG sites

Alienware 17 R4 2017 review

These brilliant Lego posters show just what children's imaginations are capable of

Mac power user tips and hidden tricks

Comment réinitialiser votre PC, ordinateur portable ou tablette Windows ?