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hey, no, it's not any harder than doing a regular one, it just takes more time coz ya got to decide on 150+ songs instead of 15-20, lol!
Just open whatever burning program you use...I use Roxio....and look around for the 'burn MP3 disc' or 'burn data disc' option, open it up, and start dragging or saving tracks to it.
I've never used Windows Media Player for burning, only ripping, but I just looked at it and it has the option under "TOOLS" "OPTIONS" and click the 'BURN' tab. I never noticed that before. Not sure if the only two choices you get will play in anything except for WMP...what's an M3U???....but you could try it and see what ya get, if that's the only thing you have to work with. It also tells you how many hours of music yer getting at each conversion level, that's a nice plus. 128 is the usual store-bought CD quality and you can get 11 hours of music at that setting, wow!
Look around in your burn app, try it and let me know how it works!
Hey Deb,I use roxio so I will be on it tomorrow.Thanks and I will let you know if the student passed or failed.