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Windows Media Player 11 - burning CDs

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I'm trying to burn my music collection to CDs using WMP 11.

It's set up so that the files are converted to 192 bit rate during burning.

However, instead of fitting the list of 900 songs onto about 7 or 8 CDs, the player is burning only about 20 songs onto each CD, meaning I'll need 45 CDs to back up my collection!!

Other settings I'm using:

Burn speed fast
Auto eject CD after burning
Apply volume leveling across tracks
Add a list of burned files to the disc in M3U format
Use media information to arrange files in folders on disc
Fit more music on disc by converting to a lower bit rate (192 kbps)

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