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Hello All!

On my new pc I am about to burn on a few favourite cds and make a compilation of favourite tracks. I have done this in the past with previous pcs without a major problem. However, before I start I am wondering which is the best program to use.

I have of course Media Player, and recently downloaded Real Player Free. I think I have Sonic on a disk somewhere. I also in the past used MusicMatch and indeed have the installaation file, and had paid my subscription.

So There! I have found Media Player ok, but it doesnt do cd covers. Musicmatch did covers, but I do remember some complication finding music cds I had burned on. I think there were 2 copies of everything (or at least 2 listings of everything), 1 in Media Player/My music. And I think when creating playlists or trying to find files it was confusing, I think I had to go to Media Player to find files burned on, and drag them into MusicMatch or something like that. Sorry for the vagueness, but it was a while ago!!

I suppose I just want to hear what any of you use and find good, and how you handle cd covers!

Many thanks!

Edited by hawthorn, 17 May 2004 - 07:16 AM.

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