I have just witnessed a CD of a co-worker that has 26 (twenty-six) ALBUMS downloaded to a 700MB CD. I didn’t think it was possible to burn more than the approx. 16 SONGS.
I am now in search of how this was accomplished. Is there anyone out there that can shed some light on this.
Thanks in advance.
The easy way will be to ask your friend about it but anyway read this:http://www.mpegware.com/howtostoreyourcdcollection.htm#diskspace
Going from a wav to ogg is the best thing some burning software and player read this Ogg Vorbis files so I don’t see any problem to ripp your cd in ogg format or MP3 and burn them.
In Africa they have DVD Cd movies that has like 25 to 45 movies on one CD and I was like what in the world !
I asked them about it and said it was imported from Indonesia and China. And here Iam trying to burn 900.5MB of audio files on one 700MB Cd and It just doesn’t work.
He data burned the albums onto the cd, he didn’t write them in .cda format. When you data burn, you can fit 700 MBs of anything onto the cd; but if you burn music onto a cd to play it in your car (or any other regular mp3 player), the cd is burned in a format called ".cda”, which can only hold usually 80 mins of music.
Your friend couldn’t have played all those albums you saw in a regular cd-player.
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