I am trying to transfer some audio cd's onto my new Samsung YPK3 mp3 player. The problem is that each CD isn't being transferred as a separate album and so all the tracks are being mixed together and re-arranged into alphabetical order on the mp3 player - which makes listening to the CD's impossible.
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Re: Transfering albums onto MP3 player
You have to make sure that the ID3 tags have the album name on them. right click song, select properties, and edit the id3 tag. For more instructions, go to www.microsoft.com and search for "edit id3 tags in windows media player"
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hi! if you have a mp3 player and cd that you want to transfer check if your cd is an mp3 cd but if your cd is just an audio cd you must download a program called cd reaper, it's all you need to transfer..good luck
I would download the free program known as Media Monkey. The program will read the files that are on the Clix and allow you to edit the properties of each song so that the album art will be associated properly with each song. Warning: this will take a long time- each song has to be edited.
Another option si that you can check the iRiver website to see if they have a firmware update which resolves the album art transfer issue.