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|12th May 2010 17:48|
|Osarkon||Another vote for iTunes, it's what I use for my car mp3 disks and it works fine everytime.|
|12th May 2010 16:08|
FreeEZ burner is the simplest drop and burn software, I use it loads
|12th May 2010 16:01|
Originally Posted by atomic View Post
I have around 10 albums on one of my mp3 CDs (created in iTunes) and you don't have to worry about 'finalising' either, iTunes does it all for you!
|12th May 2010 15:27|
Burning a playlist in iTunes creates an 'Audio CD' so upto 80mins (dpending on the cd)
Using a CD burning program and creating a 'Data CD' will allow ou to put many many more songs on, I use cdburnerxp, it's free and works on all version of windows, not just xp
CDBurnerXP: Create Data Disc - Easy how to, just make sure you select 'finalise' in the options at the end of he process.
|12th May 2010 15:11|
Really good points made by you all,
Much appreciate it.
Thinking about it, theres a good chance it is the burning programme I'm using, can't recall what it's called off the top of my bonce, but it's some oldish programme that I don't think is a well known one...
I'll try with itunes tonight and report back my findings.
|12th May 2010 14:42|
Originally Posted by 0507448n View Post
|12th May 2010 14:38|
Originally Posted by AmyF View Post
|12th May 2010 14:35|
use iTunes, it's free to download. Then in your import settings set it to mp3.
Once you've imported your cds, you can make a playlist and burn it.
This works without fail in my car's CD player.
|12th May 2010 14:15|
|0507448n||Forgot to say, CDs are CDs, they are all the same it wont make a difference.|
|12th May 2010 14:14|
|GavChap||You have to make a Data CD and make sure it's closed. Do not create a multi-session CD. Single session, and make sure you use the Joliet filesystem and finalise the disc. How easy this will be depends on what CD burning program you use.|
|12th May 2010 14:14|
Hi mate, have you got something like Roxio CD creator on your PC. It is a CD creator and formats the CD correctly therefore it could be played in the civic's CD player.
I dont think you can just drag and drop from "My Computer" to a blank CD. However, I have not tried it so dont quote me.
|12th May 2010 14:06|
Playing MP3 CD on Standard CD Player guidance
I've just recently purchased my Type S GT and have the standard CD player in built which is supposed to play MP3 CD's from what I understand.
Twice now I have tried burning a number of MP3's onto the CD, but upon trying to play them, both times I get an error reading CD message on the display. The first time I just made a 'data CD' and copied all of the MP3's onto the CD directly with no success. So I have since tried creating a folder and copying them into there again with no success.
The MP3's are definately on the CD as these can be seen through 'My Computer' and seem to play fine.
I feel like an idiot having to ask, but am I missing something? is there a setting I need to change somewhere.
Just asking before I try my next step which is to purchase some different CD's, and/or try burning these on a different computer.
As I say I think this is a stupid question, but just thought I'd try you guys in case I am missing the obvious?
Thanks in advance for any help.