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Re: BURNING ITUNES MUSIC TO CD
Itunes does have digital rights management, which restricts the number of times you can burn the tracks you've downloaded. It's one reason I prefer sites like mp3fiesta.com who don't believe that if you've paid for the track you should be restricted in using it.
To burn music from Itunes you first have to make a playlist of the tracks you want to burn. Select New Playlist on the left, and drag the tracks you want to burn into this new playlist. When you've done that, right click the playlist name and select "burn playlist to disk."
This will ONLY work a finite number of times (I believe currently it's either 3 or 5) after which burning will be disabled for a track, and if that track appears on a playlist you won't be able to burn that playlist either.
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the 'windows media player' program will burn cds if you have a library of music on the computer. when you open the program it will help you look for music files on your computer, and almost walk you thru the process of burning a cd. you can 'rip' cds (record cds to hardrive of computer), transfer mp3s from a device, or purchase music online with the windows media player also.
You can burn a data CD or data DVD in Windows 7 using Media Player. An audio CD can contain just approximately eight minutes of music. On the other hand, if you burn a data CD or data DVD in Windows 7 using Media Player, it will be able to hold numerous hours of music. Video files and pictures can also be added to the data discs. When you burn a data CD or data DVD in Windows 7, the Windows Media Player does not transform the selected files to a different format prior to saving them to a blank data disc, so the files stay in the compressed condition. This allows you to put much more items on a single disc.As the format of the files is not changed, the quality of the files remains the same. You can burn a data CD or data DVD in Windows 7 using Media Player as follows:
Click All Programs.
Select Windows Media Player.
Click the Burn tab in the Player Library.
Click Burn options and select Data DVD or CD.
Insert a blank disc into the CD or DVD burner of your computer.
Close the AutoPlay dialog box if it comes into sight.
Some people have more than one CD drive in their computer. If you have multiple CD drives in your computer too, select the one you would like to use in the navigation window.
Look for the songs you want to burn.
In order to make your burn list, drag the songs from the details pane in the center of the Player Library to the list pane which is on its right side.
You can also change the order of the items in the burn list by dragging them upward or downward in the list.
To remove a song from your list, simply right-click on the item and click on Remove from list.
After you finish making your list, click upon Start burn.
It can take a while to burn a data disc. If your selected items cannot fit in one disc, you also have the choice of burning the rest of the items to a different disc. A data DVD is not the same as a DVD-Video disc ex. the movie DVD you buy or rent from the store.
Windows Media Player does not
support burning movies to video DVD discs. It does support burning data
DVD discs, which could contain music and video files. However, data
DVDs are typically not compatible with most home DVD players. Check
your DVD player documentation for details.
I assume that you really want to "read" the CD songs into iTunes (which is technically called "ripping" the CD. "Burning" is when you send information from the computer onto the CD, writing TO it.
When you place an audio CD into the drive, and then open iTunes, the audio drive should appear in an area on the left of the screen. If you select (highlight) this, there will be a button to "import music" which you can click.
If u want Burn the Music CD just select the option copy disc option and it will copy all data to memory then it will automatically ejects and ask for a blank disc just remove the music disc and insert it with a blank disc it will start writing i.e, burning then finally it will come out and u r music disc is ready
U have lot of software to burn a disc most commonly used is NERO Windows default Windows Media Player ROXIO
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