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I am reading a lot of talk about making mp3 data files so you can put hundreds of songs on 1 cd,but no one has said how to do it.
Gan anyone help???
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1. Insert blank disc into computer.
2. When disk dialog pops up in finder push "ok" with the action set to open finder.
3. Double click disc icon on desktop to bring up disc folder.
4. Drag Mp3's into the folder.
5. Press "Burn"
6. ????
7. Profit.

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Just burn the .mp3 files in the same way you would burn pictures or spreadsheets or whatever

7. Profit.

we arent supposed to talk about that here

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Just burn the .mp3 files in the same way you would burn pictures or spreadsheets or whatever

we arent supposed to talk about that here

Thanks. I asked about this 2 years ago and nobody had a clue.

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;) yeah plain old audio cds (burnt using WMP or something) are limited to 90 mins

but if you burn it as data files as opposed to audio, you can get ~600-800mb (one mp3 is 3-8mb) so its a good thing.

However these disks wont play in older traditional cd players, however many modern ones (but not all) will surpport them

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