How to Burn a MP3 CD with Nero Burning Rom (Step-by-Step)
This tutorial will show you step by step how to burn a MP3 CD with Nero Burning Rom.
You can make and burn a MP3 CD with MP3 music files and folders.
How to Burn MP3 Music Files and Folders to CD using Nero Burning Rom
Nero Burning Rom is a well known CD burning program that allows you to burn all kinds of discs.
You can find information about Nero Burning Rom here (affiliate link).
- If you want to make and burn a MP3 CD with folders, then it's a good idea to create folders on your computer and copy the MP3 files in these folders before you continue.
- If I were you, I would use a CD-R instead of a CD-RW (rewritable), because not all CD players can play rewritable CDs properly.
1. Insert a blank (empty) CD into the CD burner drive of your computer.
2. Open Nero Burning Rom.
A "New Compilation" window will appear.
If the "New Compilation" window does not appear, then click on "File" located at the top left and choose "New" from the drop-down menu.
3. Select "CD" at the top left of the "New Compilation" window.
4. Click on "CD-ROM (ISO)" to select this option.
5. Click on the "New" button located at the bottom of the "New Compilation" window.
6. Go in the right section of Nero Burning Rom to the location on your computer where the songs and/or folders are stored that you want to burn to a CD.
7. Drag and drop the songs and/or folders from the right section to the left section.
Tip: At the bottom of Nero Burning Rom you can view how much MB in file size you have left on your disc (how much music you still can add to your disc).
8. When you're done adding files and/or folders to the compilation you click on "Burn" located at the top.
Or click on "Recorder" in the top menu and choose "Burn Compilation" from the drop-down menu.
A "Burn Compilation" window will appear.
9. If you want you can select and change a few settings.
10. When you're ready you click on the "Burn" button located at the bottom of the "Burn Compilation" window.
Nero Burning Rom will start burning your MP3 CD.
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