I have a music file in my library of continuous music that I wish to burn onto a CD. However, it is in excess of the 80 minutes blank CD and because it is continuous music, the system will not allow me to download any part of it. I would like if possible to compress the file so that it will fit on to a CD. Your help would be most appreciated.
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Re: Compress file from the library to burn onto a CD
You can convert the file to mp3 so that the size of the file would decrease to around 150MB so that you can burn it on a CD. First copy it onto your computer and then use the software below to do it http://www.nch.com.au/switch/
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Step 1: an itunes account ? b> An iPod is a portable media player that lets users listen to music wherever they are. Before you can listen to songs on the iPod, you must first put music onto the device. If you have been using different MP3 players in the past, adding music to an iPod can be slightly confusing. The reason for this is that iPods are not compatible with Windows Media Player, Real Player or Winamp. By using iTunes, however, you can add music to any iPod.
• Open iTunes. • 2 Add music to iTunes. To do this, click "File." Choose "Add Folder to Library." Then, find the folder on your computer that holds the music you wish to put onto the iPod. Highlight that folder and click "OK." The music will be put into the iTunes Library. • • 3 Plug the iPod into the computer. After a few seconds, you will see the iPod listed under "Devices" on the left-hand side of iTunes. • 4 Click "Music" under the "Library" option on the left-hand side of iTunes. All of the music files in the iTunes Library will then be shown in the middle of iTunes. • 5 Double-click the album that contains the music you want to put onto the iPod. The songs on that album will then be listed. • 6 Highlight the song you want to add to the iPod. • 7 Drag that file over to the name of your iPod located under "Devices" (as mentioned in Step 3). The song will then be placed onto the iPod. Do this for all of the music you want to put onto the iPod. • 8 Click the "All Albums" button at the top of iTunes to get back to the list of albums on the iTunes Library. • 9 Repeat Steps 5-7 until you are done putting music on the iPod. • 10 Disconnect the player when you are done.
The only way is to compress the audio tracks on each CD into MP3 (compressed) music files and then burn the MP3 music files to a CD. Whether you can fit all converted 50 CDs to MP3 onto a single CD depends upon how large the MP3 files are. A CD can only hold 640 Mb of data. Click on this link for instruction on converting musicfiles to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
1Populate your library. To get music from your computer to your Walkman, first make sure the music in your library is properly formatted. The easiest method is to load all of your music into the Windows Media Player library. Open the Windows Media Player and under the "Library" tab choose "Add to Library." A dialog box will open asking what files on your computer you wish to scan for music files. Make your selections and click "OK." Media Player will begin pulling music files into the library.
2Import CDs. If the music you wish to upload to your Walkman resides on CDs you will need to import those into your library as well. Clicking on the "More Options" menu under the "Library" tab then choose "Rip Music." Follow the wizard and import all the music you need from your CD collection.
3Connect the Walkman device to the PC. Your Sony Walkman should have come with a USB cable. Simply attach the cable to your Walkman and to your PC, then allow the computer to automatically install any necessary device drivers. If your PC is unable to automatically install the drivers, you may wish to install the disc provided with your Walkman. After the installation has occurred, you will notice that your device is now visible in your Media Player navigation menu.
4Open your library. Highlight the library function on the navigation menu and double-click on the organization style you wish to employ. This can be by song, artist, album or genre. Then begin perusing your library for music you wish to add to your MP3 player.
5Drag-and-drop music selections. When you find a song you wish to upload, click on the song, hold down the button and drag the title to the Sync List on the right side of your screen. Continue this process until you have chosen all the music you want to add.
6Sync your device. Click on the "Start Sync" button in the lower right side of the screen to start the transfer process.
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Backing up your iTunes library to a CD or DVD To burn a CD
(CD-R or CD-RW), your computer must have a compatible CD burner. To burn
a DVD (DVD-R or DVD-RW), your computer must have a compatible DVD
burner. Check in iTunes Preferences to see if a drive is compatible. See
below for steps. To create your backup disc
Choose File > Library >Back up to Disc.
Select the option you want from the resulting dialog and click Back Up.
The two options you can select from are:
Back up entire iTunes library and playlists
Back up only iTunes Store purchases
of these two options you choose, note that you can also choose "Only
back up items added or changed since last backup" to perform an
Insert a blank disc (CD or DVD) into your computer's optical drive. iTunes will scan the disc and begin burning.
If the disc you insert does not have enough space to hold all of the
content you will be backing up, a dialog will appear asking whether you
wish to backup to multiple discs. You can click Data Discs to continue.
burns the number of items that fit on one disc and then asks you to
insert subsequent discs to continue burning the remaining files. Don't
eject a disc while a backup is in progress. Spoken programs purchased from the Audible.com website are not backed up. Discs you create using the iTunes backup feature can be used only to restore; they can't be played in a CD or DVD player.
Restoring from a backup disc
Insert your backup disc.
iTunes will ask whether you want to restore from this disc. Click Restore.
Check drive compatibility
Choose a playlist on the left side of the iTunes window.
Click the Burn Disc button on the bottom right corner of iTunes.
Cucusoft iTunes to iTunes Transfer is an easy to use iTunes utility designed to help you backup/recover/transfer your whole iTunes library and media files. It's a simple way to keep your iTunes in sync everywhere. You can use "iTunes to iTunes Transfer" to backup your own iTunes library or synchronize multiple iTunes on different computers. The backed up library file is pretty easy to transfer to other iTunes, and it's easy to manage. So with this iTunes Transfer software, you can manage your iPod/iPhone/... on different PCs
it's easy to burn music into a cd first make sure that your computer has a cd-r or cd-rw drive second insert a blank cd-r or cd-rw into the drive third find the music files you want to burn onto the cd forth open my computer and start dragging the files onto the cd icon on my computer
once you have finished dragging your files open the cd on my computer and click on write files to cd,
if your wishing to burn the an mp3 music disc, you can burn it like you would a typical data disc. With XP/Vista you can select the mp3's you wish to burn select send to and choose your cd drive. once you have sent all the files you wish to your cd drive, you can then access the my computer and load your cd drive.
when you load this you will notice on the left side you will see a drop down menu for CD Writing Tasks. click on the write these files to CD and go from there.
if your wishing to use mp3's to make an audio cd. you can obtain a program such as nero and use this.
to do that load nero express select music catagory, select audio cd add the songs then burn.
To burn files onto a disc, all you need to do is drag and drop files onto your drive under My Computer. When you have put all the files there, put the disc you want to burn in there, go to My Computer, double click the drive, then go to File/Burn these files to my disc. If you wish to burn music/video CDs or DVDs I would suggest using more of a full fledged burning suite such as Nero.