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Posted 09 December 2013 - 07:53 PM
Posted 10 December 2013 - 11:24 AM
Sure...but you need to understand that an .mp4 file contains both video and audio content. If listening to music is the goal, then you need to strip the unnecessary video content or you wind up with a larger file containing audio and video...rather simply the music.
What I would do...is simply use some program to convert the .mp4 files into .mp3 files...then simply burn the .mp3 files as music files. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0zfrrFlH_0 . I suggest that you not download any of the "free" file converters typically appearing if you Google for such...many of them will also include malware/adware as part of what they install on your system, IME. VLC is a known, reliable media program.
The most pertinent question that I have is...what is the manufacturer and model of the CD player in your auto? If it can read .mp3 files, that would provide you the opportunity of putting a lot more music on a CD...as data files...compared to recording them as music files.
I know it may sound confusing , but it really isn't.
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