Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I'm trying to figure out how to create my own "Albums" that will be recognized by the Sansa so that I can group radio programs and podcasts. Right now, every file loads as a separate album, even though I have them organized into separate files on my computer. I tried making a new folder for each "Album" using the MTP mode on the Sansa, but that did not work. I also tried using Windows Media Player to sync using Sansa's MSC mode. Windows Media Player shows each file as an Album that contains only one "song." After reading a little about ID tags, I found a setting in ReplayAV (I use this to capture live radio broadcasts) to create Tags, thinking this would cause the files with the same Tag to be grouped as an album, but it did not make any difference. Thanks for all suggestions!
I'd say try going into properties of the file your are trying to transfer into your MP3. Highlight all of the songs you want on the same album. You will then need to right click on them to go into the properties menu. Once you are there go to the Summary Tab, you will need to enter under "Album Title", the same title for all of the music you want to group. This should then in turn create an album with all of your favorite songs on your MP3 player. Good luck!
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