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what's a good program to burn mp3 cds?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by blackecho, Sep 23, 2004.

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  1. blackecho

    blackecho Thread Starter

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    i've got a nifty little cd player that play's mp3 discs. it doesn't support playlists, but it does allow you to play albums that have been sorted into seperate folders and allows you to jump from album to album.

    i've always used nero to burn the mp3 cds because it lets you add mp3 folders to the burn list. however, i've recently lost the program due to a computer crash and misplacement of the cd.

    so now i'm screwed. do any of you know of a freeware program that allows you to burn mp3's with folders to a disc? thanks so much. plus, if you try to do it with windows it won't be readable by my cd player. thanks!
     
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    try searching on www.download.com or www.tucows.com They usually have good freeware.

    Other than that, I don't know many programs that can do that. I think there is a downloadable version from Nero...

    I'm suprised that the Windows Write to CD doesn't work on your player :confused:
     
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    You can download nero from their site. If you registered your old one they should be able to help you with the serial number to get the trial version unlocked.
     
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