It depends upon the mp3 player that you bought. It must support digital rights management(DRM) for downloaded music. Not all devices will allow that option. YOu also need to specify if it is an iPOD or a windows-based device. Windows Media Player(10), Musicmatch and RealPlayer all perform more than adequately for acquiring music and burning CDs. Usually most non-iPODs will support wav, wma, mp3 music formats. Only iPODs support its own format. Hope this assists you.
My grandchildren have got MP3 players for Christmas. I would like to be able to download music for them and get them on their machines. I would also like to take some of the music and burn them to a CD for their "boom boxes".
If I am in wrong form, plase point me to the correct one.
Expect To Pay For The Download
Using XP Pro - want the least invasive software if required.
Would like to be able to convert them to a single format for storage/burning.
Appreciate any help