Audio Books to CD-R question.

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by GrailKing@oops!.Not.The.Realm.net, Aug 5, 2003.

  1. I have about 20 books on tape I have a friend who is bed ridden so
    I'am giving him the tapes ( he can't afford a dvd or cd MP3 player ) I
    copied so far 3 books to CD's so I can listen to the books I haven't
    listen to yet, my problem is on the cd that have two seperate folders
    ( two different books ) my portable cd/mp3 player will start at
    chapter 15 of one of the books, my dvd player will also do the same
    ,if I have only one book on the cd they play fine. Naturally I would
    like not to waste 700 Mb for only 250 to 350 Mb books am I doing some
    thing wrong?
    I am burning the books as data and not as music cd.

    GK
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    GrailKing@oops!.Not.The.Realm.net, Aug 5, 2003
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  2. On Mon, 4 Aug 2003 21:24:22 -0500, "Ralph Wade Phillips"
    <> wrote:

    >Howdy!
    >
    ><GrailKing@oops!.Not.The.Realm.net> wrote in message
    >news:...
    >> I have about 20 books on tape I have a friend who is bed ridden so
    >> I'am giving him the tapes ( he can't afford a dvd or cd MP3 player ) I
    >> copied so far 3 books to CD's so I can listen to the books I haven't
    >> listen to yet, my problem is on the cd that have two seperate folders
    >> ( two different books ) my portable cd/mp3 player will start at
    >> chapter 15 of one of the books, my dvd player will also do the same
    >> ,if I have only one book on the cd they play fine. Naturally I would
    >> like not to waste 700 Mb for only 250 to 350 Mb books am I doing some
    >> thing wrong?
    >> I am burning the books as data and not as music cd.

    >
    > 1) Burn as a music CD.
    >
    > 2) Check the spelling of the chapters - most players and burners
    >will alphabetize the files, or at the least, ASCII sort them.
    >
    > RwP
    >


    I found the problem it was in the nameing of the tracks, I went back
    to a standard numbering system and I can now put multible books on one
    CD.
    Thanks.

    GK
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    GrailKing@oops!.Not.The.Realm.net, Aug 5, 2003
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