you will need a program to burn mp3s to audio CD. try NERO. it is easy to access.
In order to transfer mp3s on a disk you just need to burn them. If your stereo doesn't read mp3s than you need the appropriate software to convert them. Go to google, type "mp3 to wav," click on the program of your choice.
You burn them as data on Nero or roxio
CD duplicators always burn discs. Pressing discs only occurs in a factory setting.
I don't know about burn, but it will definitely play Blu-Ray, for the game discs are actually Blu-Ray discs
Try lime wire
It reads the discs whether they are CD DVD or BluRay, it can not write or burn discs
You use Nero to burn the .ISO file onto the disk
Types of recordable CD and DVD media If your computer has an internal or external recordable optical drive supported by Apple, you can "burn" (record) your favorite music, applications, documents, digital photos and video, and other digital files to recordable CD and DVD discs. You can create your own music CDs and play them on a standard audio player, or create DVDs with movies and slideshows and play them on a DVD player. There are several types of recordable CD and DVD media: DVD-R discs hold about 4.7 GB of information. You can burn files on a DVD-R disc using the Apple SuperDrive. DVD-R discs are not reusable; you can burn files on them only once. DVD-RW (DVD-Rewritable) discs hold about 4.7 GB of information on each side. If you have an Apple SuperDrive, you can read information on these discs, but you can't burn files on them using Mac OS X. DVD-RW discs are reusable: you can burn files on them, erase them, and then burn again (if you have an application that is compatible). CD-RW (CD-Rewritable) discs come in normal and high-speed formats. You can burn files on CD-RW discs using the Combo drive (or another supported CD burner). CD-RW discs are reusable: you can burn files on them, erase them, and then burn again. CD-R (CD-Recordable) discs come in two types. One holds 74 minutes of audio, or about 650 MB of information. The other holds 80 minutes of audio, or about 700 MB of information. You can burn CD-R discs using the Combo drive (or another supported CD burner). For recording audio CDs, it is best to use CD-R discs because most standard audio CD players cannot read CD-RW discs. For longer-term storage and reliability, use CD-R discs. You can't burn anything on a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM disc. Tell me more Note: Certain links that this article refers to may not be available in this context; please consult the relevant product Help guide page on your computer for full access to these links.
There is no "correct" burning; a PlayStation will simply not read a burned disc. There is probably nothing wrong with your computer, your drive, or your discs.
The Dell Studio XPS 1645 can burn DVD-R as well as DVD-RW discs.
Because cdr discs only have MBs of space and DVD discs are in GBs
Burn movies from your recordings onto the blank discs.
Before you start, :Put a clear disc inside the slot. (This means that the disc was never used)1.Download game/movie on system.2.Go to your documents/favorites/_______
If you are using a cdr you can make multisession discs where you can burn multiple sets of data onto a disc but you can not remove any data. Once you use 700 mb it's full. You can buy cdrw discs where you can delete data.
you can burn the game to a dvd... But it wont work, the dreamcast can only play cds and their own discs
No the PS3 does not Burn Discs and is a Player only and not a writer. There is no way to do it, you need to to it on your PC.
Yes this laptop is very capable of burning DVD discs.
you just go back to windows media player or any music player you have to burn discs and press burn song or whatever you want to burn to the disc
nope.. gotta buy a blu ray burner... can be a burner for a computer or a separate burner that hooks up to your tv and blu ray player
An Heavenly computer,
If you look on the tray of your CD drive, it will tell you what types of discs it is compatible with. If you want to burn a CD, look for it to say "CD-R/CD+RW" or something similar. The R and the RW stand for Recordable (one-time write) and Re-Writable.
Yes. Windows 2000 can read discs in both UDF 1.02 and 1.50. All commercial DVDs are produced in 1.02 format, and most discs that people burn default to 1.50. In other words, Windows 2000 can read all movie DVDs, and will be able to read most discs that people burn themselves.