I'd not do that and try making a data CD without the drag feature.
I recently converted one of my Books on Tape to MP3 format so that I could play it in my car. The CD would not play in the vehicle or on my settop player. Both came up with a ?Bad Disk? message. The same CD plays Ok on my computer using Windows Media Player.
In the past I have encoded much of my personal music collection to MP3s that play both in my car and on the settop. In the current project I captured the tape using GoldWave audio program and then saved them in the MP3 format using the LAME encoder set at a 128K setting. The only aspect that I think might be different now is that the files are about 30 minutes each.
I am using Win. XP and a Pioneer DVD burner. I copied the files to the CD using Roxio Drag-to-Disk.
The CD in question had 285mb in 8 files.
Is there a maximum file size for MP3s?
Can anyone give me any other hints, or items to investigate?
Thanks in advance.