Solved CD Tracks Out Of Order

Fred44

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I'm using The Cyberlink software for CD burning. When I make an mp3 disc I select the tracks from the files and click the "add" button in the order I want them on the disc. However, When I play the disc back, it's in a different order. Anybody familiar with Cyberlink Power To Go? I went on their forum, but can mnever get a response.

Fred
 

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tom982

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Have you tried naming them like:

01 "Track 1 Name"
02 "Track 2 Name"
etc.

Tom
 

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Fred44

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Have you tried naming them like:

01 "Track 1 Name"
02 "Track 2 Name"
etc.

Tom

When they come up in the burn window they are numbered that way.
 

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tom982

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Why don't you just use windows media player?

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Fred44

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Why don't you just use windows media player?

Tom

You mean to burn the CDs? You can't burn mp3 discs in WMP can you? BTW, I read your first post again and the tracks weren't numbered consecutively, so I'm going to try that.
 

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Shadowjk

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You can use WMP to burn CD's at the top there is a burn selection click that and you can add the tracks
 

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Yes, mp3 files are compatible with Windows Media Player

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Fred44

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I'm using The Cyberlink software for CD burning. When I make an mp3 disc I select the tracks from the files and click the "add" button in the order I want them on the disc. However, When I play the disc back, it's in a different order. Anybody familiar with Cyberlink Power To Go? I went on their forum, but can mnever get a response.

Fred


This worked! I just numbered them the way I wanted them to appear on the disc and that was it. Thanks.

Fred
 

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    Memory
    3 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    NVDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 (Integrated on motherboard)
    Sound Card
    High Definition 6-channel audio ALC 888S chipset
    Monitor(s) Displays
    SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER 914V FLAT PANEL LCD
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Fred44

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Yes, mp3 files are compatible with Windows Media Player

Tom

I know you can play mp3s but I don't see an option for burning them. I know you can burn audio CDs but mp3s....?
 

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tom982

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I'm using The Cyberlink software for CD burning. When I make an mp3 disc I select the tracks from the files and click the "add" button in the order I want them on the disc. However, When I play the disc back, it's in a different order. Anybody familiar with Cyberlink Power To Go? I went on their forum, but can mnever get a response.

Fred


This worked! I just numbered them the way I wanted them to appear on the disc and that was it. Thanks.

Fred

Good to hear that the problem has been solved :) I'm glad I have been able to help you.

Tom
 

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To burn mp3s, you will have to import them into your library. From here, you will have the option to burn files.

To add files to the WMP library, just drag them from the folder, and drop them into the library (when WMP is open).

Tom
 

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And I would also like to say thank you very much for the rep that you gave me. I really appreciate it :) Although, the real reward comes when you know that you have been able to help someone.

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