Burning CD Using Windows media player

  I,Me and Myself 13:56 03 Sep 2006

I have ripped some of our own CD's using Windows Media Player and they have been converted into WMA files but I need to convert them to MP3's so that they can then be copied and played in our car. How do I do this or will I have to rip them again converting them to MP3 files when ripping?

  skidzy 14:23 03 Sep 2006

This will do the job click here

  I,Me and Myself 13:12 05 Sep 2006

Well thanks but it was so much trouble (obviously I was doing it wrong) so I deleted all the CD's I had ripped and did them all again.

Problem is now this...

I burned them to a data Cd but instead of burning them in album name/tracks it has burned them all as a single list and has even rearranged the tracks so they are all mixed up.

I have burned mp3 files once before and when I did it it burned each album separately so that you can change albums during play as well as changing tracks but I cannot remember how I did it.

Can anyone help?

  skidzy 16:14 05 Sep 2006

You may like to have a look here,plenty to choose from.click here

Though you say you couldnt get along with Switch, i find that strange as ive never had a problem...got to admit,its been while since i last used it.

Hope this helps.

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