I have just started trying to burn some music onto CD-RW. They burn on fine however there is one thing I don't understand. The disks that I have are 700MB capacity but I don't seem to be able to burn that amount of data on them. What I mean is if I click on a music file and open the "Properties" box it says it is 89MB for example. If I try and burn two 89MB music files to a 700MB CD-RW it says the file is to big.
Is this a format thing, I mean I thought 700MB of data, was 700MB of data, irrespective of what type it was.
A real novice awaits any help that may be out there.
TonyTT. I haven't bought any CD-RW blanks for ages so am obviously out of touch. Just checked with my supplier and there are indeed 700mb CD-RWs available. I apologise for giving you duff information without checking first.
I burn CD-R's and use iTunes to do it. The limit that can be put on the CD seems to be about 1.2 hours of play time. This is indicated to you as you drag the tunes to where you require them. If you then ask the system to burn and there are too many tunes to record to that disk. The program will tell you that more than one disk is needed. Bingalau..
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