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2010-05-15, 00:40 #1
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A quick question about the latest Windows Media Player: Why does it max out at only 411mb per CD disc, when most CD-R's, for example, are able to handle up to 700mb per CD-R disc?
On on an earlier version of WMP, we were able to fill about 79 minutes of an 80 minute CD-R disc and were unconcerned with the number of megabytes per CD. We were unable to get real close to the 700mb limit, anyways. What is happening with the latest WMP?
Is there any way to get more than 411mb using the WMP Lossless audio option?
Thanks again for any discussions and insights to Help us figure this out.