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Music DVD??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by realfreak, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. realfreak

    realfreak Guest

    I have a real dumb question. I recently acquired a SONY DVD+-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R external burner for my laptop. It is connected with a USB cable at 480 kbps.
    Can I make a music DVD that I could play on a Panasonic DVD/CD player that I have hooked up as an auiliary device to my Bose sound system? The Panasonic book says it is compatible with DVD-RAM, DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-R, SVCD, Video CD, CD and CD-R/RW with the last item being able to play wma, mp3 and jpeg. It would be really great to have 3-4 gigabytes of music to play. Never have to get out of my easy chair all day to change the music!

    Thanks for the help, somebody.
     
  2. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Hi realfreak, Iffin I were you, I'd have a cooler of beer there so I wouldn't have to go to the fridge.

    Burning a jpg won't help (that's a picture file) BUT why not burn Mp3 music files on a DVD and be sitting pretty with 4+ Gigs of music playing on your Bose system.

    Pete

     
  3. realfreak

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    I don't know how to burn mp3 files on a DVD. I have Sonic Record Now, Windows Media Player, MusicMatch Jukebox Burner Plus and Roxio CD Creator which came with my machine. Would any of these put mp3 files on a DVD that I could play in the Panasonic? When I try to do this with Record Now it forces me to make a data disk. That music will play on my computer but not on the Panasonic feeding the Bose. I am really a newbie in this area. Thank you for any help you can give me.
     
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    So sorry, I thought that was what you were doing, playing a music DVD on your PC into your Bose system -

    Iffin you want to burn stuff to go into a CD player, I'd go with the CD route, it's still allot of music BUT perhaps you weren't around when 33 1/3 was the way to go (Lol) :)

    Cheers, catfreak, Burn on Buddy :)

    BTW, If I were you, I'd go into msconfig and shut down my Roxio stuff. I may give you trouble when you're working with DVD burns

     
  5. realfreak

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    I already learned about Roxio. I did uninstall it because it just gets into all kinds of programs and interferes. I copied some mp3 files to a DVD-R last night and it will play on my computer but not on the Panasonic DVD/CD player with the Bose. After searching around on the Internet I've discovered that DVD-Audio stuff only comes from commercial suppliers-no software or media out there to really do it. Seems like it might be Matsushia's sandbox and nobody else wants to play, yet.

    Thanks for your help.
     

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