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    Default Re: Recording to a CD

    What was complicated about iTunes?
    I tried it earlier with a quick playlist and didn't have any trouble. It should alert you if your playlist is too large.
    I burned a CD a year or so ago for my wife of Sarah McLachlan and there was only one track that it seemed to skip on, but other than that it was

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    Win.....I will have another look at it tomorrow when I am fresh. PJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa John View Post
    Win.....I will have another look at it tomorrow when I am fresh. PJ
    Ah. I can post the instructions for iTunes if you need them.

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    I note iTunes requires Quicktime 7.1.5 (included) . Does iTunes install this over other programs eg Quicktime Alternative ? or GOM?

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    Dont think so, it'll install it alongside Itunes, and leave those other programs alone.

    And just take up more space.

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    Thanks Speedy. Must say mmmork's suggestion re Media Monkey looks interesting ... downloading it as we speak

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    I'm sure iTunes is fine, but WMP can aslo burn a playlist to disc and you allready have it, plus it doesn't convert to WMA on the way from MP3 to audio CD, that would be pointless

    I don't understand why nero would start WMP - it can convert the files perfectly well itself and has always worked fine for me, IMO nero burning ROM is actually easier to use than express mode once you're familiar with it - don't use smartstart audio cd option, launch burning ROM, choose CD - Audio cd from the first screen, drag and drop tracks, press burn, cancel the option to download track info, done - no WMP involved at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by winmacguy View Post
    Ah. I can post the instructions for iTunes if you need them.
    Yes Please. Or PM them. Thanks. PJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa John View Post
    Yes Please. Or PM them. Thanks. PJ
    Lets us know how you got on PJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by winmacguy View Post
    Lets us know how you got on PJ?
    Will do. Cannot download anything for a few days now. Only on 1GB Broadband & have already used the first weeks worth. I am trying to do all downloading at the end of our 1GB month, using up what is left rather than give it back to Xtra. PJ
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