Is there a way to upload from a burned disk. The manual tells you that it is not possible and i have tried and it won't recognize the disk to record but will play them. I am trying to upload my music to the hard drive and I don't have many of my old regular cd's left, just digital music....is it possible?
Hmmm... I have only had my Z3 a week but I have already uploaded several CD-Rs which I burned on a Macbook using iTunes. It uploaded the music no problem, but I had to manually type in the artist info (obviously).
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There would be no switch for that. If your Car audio / dvd player, really can play both, it will discover what it is playing.
It would play both, CD and DVD. But I'm not sure you also can play Video DVD's. Not telling here, what model player you use, I can't find out either.
Just check the manual, to see what the player can and can't play. Be aware not all players can play disks, you burned yourself. And for DVD you must be sure the player is set to the region code, the disk have.
Are you using professionally recorded CD's, or are you burning your own CD's?
Professionally recorded CD's are very compatible with most CD players because lasers can read them easier with a transparent, silver-like finish on the bottom of the CD. CD-R's that you buy from the store, for the most part, are a darker blue color, and can be difficult for some lasers to read. Try using CD-R's with a lighter, silver-like finish on the bottom.
First, try using a retail, store bought CD to test if the laser can indeed read the CD. If this works, then the above suggestion may prove to be true.
If this does not work, try using a different CD burning application, such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, Nero, CDBurnerXP, etc.
The problem is that the mp3 format compresses the files to make them very small. The advance function on the dvd player was set up to advance, let's say, 1/2 second at a time. Well, the dvd or cd file will advance a 1/2 second, but an mp3 format file, which is way smaller, will advance the same distance on the disc which ends up being 10 seconds or so. I had the same problem with my panasonic. Solution would be to burn the files onto the disc in a cd format. You won't be able to put 100+ songs on the disc like you could with an mp3 format, but you will be able to controll the advancing a lot easier.