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Lookin to put some audio on CD...

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#1 Jeremy James

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Posted 29 November 2008 - 12:06 AM

Hey guys,

Tomorrow I am going to be taking a road trip, and I have some teachings that I want to listen to on the CD player that I will have access too, which plays WMAs for sure, and maybe MP3s, but, not sure. Actually, I have different teachings in different formats, some in mp3, and some in Windows Media Audio Files. So, I have a few questions..

For my teachings that are in WMA format...the way they were recorded, instead of being in one large file, they are all broken up into several small files. Can I just copy several folders to a CD, and if so, will my CD player be able to sort through them?

Also, assuming the CD player does NOT play MP3s, how do I convert them to WMAs?

Assuming that it did play MP3s, would I just copy the folders to a CD?



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