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Normal audio CD tracks should be converted to mp3 files onto the computer's hard drive, first.
This is called ripping or RIP function.
There are several programs that can RIP audio CD.
It is important to convert music into the correct bitrate for the player to match for playback. (192 kbps is good quality and often used)
You can use Windows Media Player 10 or 11 for conversion.
When you use WMP 10 or 11 and the player is detected in the program:
1. Tell the player were your music library is: setup your music library.
2. Create a playlist; make playlist name and add mp3 files to the list.
3. Synchronize the playlist with mp3 files to the player.
If the player cannot be detected in WMP 10 or 11, but only can be viewed as a removable disk in "My Computer" : use the "copy and paste" or "drag and drop" method to put mp3 files from the computer onto the player.
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First you need to convert the songs on the CD into mp3 music files then you copy these mp3 files to your mp3 player.
There are several freeware rip programs on the Internet that rip CD songs into mp3 files.
Do a Google search for these rip programs and install the program on your computer.
You can use Windows Media Player, it can rip music CDs and convert the music files into mp3 music files.
There are of number ways to get Mp3's. You can use W**dows Media player - open Media player and right click at any part of the top bar click on tools and then click options, look for the Rip music tap and click that. Now look for rip music to this location chose a folder to put your music in. Then look at the format button and chose mp3. Click the Rip CD when inserted and close it all up. Then put in a cd you want to rip, then once it is thru copy your new mp3's onto your MP3 player - done.
what program are you using ? you can use windows media player to copy music to your mp3 player too just open up windows media player and then click on the rip tab and insert your cd, after it gets done ripping the cd it should appear in your windows media player library, when all your music is in the library connect your mp3 player and drag the music you want into the sync panel in the right hand side of the screen then once you have the music there click on sync and your music will soon be on your mp3 player
First of all you have to RIP your files from Audio Disc. To do that you can use Windows Media Player. Start Windows Media Player, in top of the screen you should have a button " RIP ", click it. Click Start and then you cand find the files by default in My Music folder from My Documents. Then copy the Ripped Files to the MP3 player. This work only if your mp3 player supports wma files if not try to download Audio Grabber ( http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/download.html ) to RIP files from Audio cd in mp3 format. After you ripped the files copy them to mp3 player.
You don't need Creative's software to load music to your MP3 player Use FreeRip to rip your CD's and use Windows explorer to transfer your ripped music (use copy & paste functions) onto the Storage Media/Music folder in your X-Fi.
I have Windows XP SP3 and installed Creative Centrale without problems.
I can RIP music from CD's using the program but I find the program freezes up after ripping a few CD's - I think that the errors are linked with the database program loading the CD data.
If you're using Windows, then use Windows Media player to rip your music into WMA. If you don't want to do that, use CDdex to rip your music from CD to MP3. The problem probably lies in whatever program your using to rip your music. To your player. http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/
I believe that Itunes is only compatible with the Ipods.........however, there is a workaround. You need to burn the itunes downloads to a CD, then rip the CD back into an MP3 compatible music program. I'm attempting this as I type.........I burned the itunes songs onto a cd, and then ripped them into Yahoo Jukebox. One sec, and I'll let you know if it worked.