How do I Copy WM9 files to a CD using WMP9 as WM9 files?

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by nightfly, Jan 13, 2004.

  1. nightfly

    nightfly Guest

    1. I created my playlist.
    2. I added my WMA9 files to the playlist which I had
    previously created from CD to WMA9 format for a total of
    77:39 of files in WMA9 format.
    3. I clicked "copy" and the Nero WMA9 Plugin says I am
    trying to record a "whopping" 432 Minutes of music to my
    blank 80 Minute CD. Is WMP9 trying to convert these WMA9
    files back to .CDA files??. How can I make this work??.
    oH, and I know you probably dont support the Nero plugin,
    so How do I get Windows Media Player 9 to copy its own
    files and recognize them to a blank 80 min CD??. Thank
    You. By the way, WMA9 files sound great??
    nightfly, Jan 13, 2004
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    Chris Lanier Guest

    Hi, I just burned some WMA's use the Nero Fast Burning Plug-in and it work
    fine. Does the included Roxio burner work? Or does it produce the same?
    Chris Lanier, Jan 14, 2004
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  3. nightfly

    nightfly Guest

    Tk for yr reply. I used Roxios plugin and it to tries to
    burn as .cda files which I do not want. Using the Nero
    plugin. How were you able to get past the "total time to
    record" issue. Or where do change the format you need to
    record to at???. i.e I want Nero to record as .WMA9
    files. Thanks.
    nightfly, Jan 14, 2004
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    zachd [ms] Guest

    ".CDA" is just a made-up extension which means "some data on an Audio CD".
    So if you want an Audio CD, you want .cda files. :)


    zachd [ms], Jan 14, 2004
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    Manila Dell Guest

    If you want WMA9 files to burnt as WMA9 files, then that meas you need to
    burn it as a Data CD.
    Choose Data CD from the Windows Media Player 9 > Copy to CD > Items on
    Device : Drop down menu > Data CD
    and then drag the file you want.

    Note that because this is a Data CD, the length of songs does not matter,
    only the filesize matter.
    Manila Dell, Jan 15, 2004
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