Re: How to transfer music files from one computer to another
A mp3 music file is really nothing more then any other file. They are no different then a txt or doc file, and can be thought of as a data file, as files go. It sounds like you have mp3 music files on a computer. You've burned them onto a CD disk, that you can play in a CD player. The original mp3 files are still on your computer in a folder. You can just do a data transfer in your burner program of the mp3 files to a CD and then put the CD into another computer and copy the mp3 files to the other computer, and now you have the mp3's on both computers. BTW, the fact that you did a data transfer of the mp3's to a CD means that you could now play that music on any computer, and if you were to purchase a mp3 CD player at around $45.00, you could have upwards of 160 songs to listen to on the mp3 CD player. Coping 160 plus mp3 music files to a CD using the Data transfer of your burner program means that when ever that CD disk is in the drive (like D) you can select that drive and see all the mp3 music files and you can double click on any of them and your default player will play that mp3 from the CD. Likewise, if you select a bunch of the mp3 file, to your default player, the songs will play all the way through. This is for mp3 files. The files shown on a CD that you'd use to play in a car or a non mp3 CD player will be shown as cda files, and you can't just copy them to your computer. These cda files have to be converted to mp3s with either the burner program you use, or a special program. I'm sorry, I forget the word or name of what you are doing when you convert a cda to an mp3. It's just not coming to me. Oh, it just came to me. You are ripping the cda to a mp3, and using an encoder/decoder program to do it. This is built into the burner program.
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