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Old 09-11-2006, 12:29 AM   #11
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Yeah, I tried that. I *THINK* it will work if the songs aren't in folders. I tried it with 5 folders, and then arranged it in the playlist, and they came out in alphabetical. I will try it again with no folders, I think that worked last time....
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If you can't find a solution, this takes some work, but it was my solution in my days of MP3 CD'*:

For the file names, tack on two digit numbers at the start. "01" for track 1, "02" for track 2, etc... the leading zero is important, or else you'll get it playing track 1 followed by track 10. This'll make the track order "alphabetical".
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If you can't find a solution, this takes some work, but it was my solution in my days of MP3 CD'*:

For the file names, tack on two digit numbers at the start. "01" for track 1, "02" for track 2, etc... the leading zero is important, or else you'll get it playing track 1 followed by track 10. This'll make the track order "alphabetical".
I did think of that...and its Plan B. I just think it looks silly on the screen.

Heh, I'm starting to sound pretty anal here.
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I use RecordNow!, you can selected the sequence of the songs and do whatever you want, even the labels.
http://www.sonic.com/products/Consum...FTIzGAodCxjo8w
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or, put the track number before the song (01 - Title, 02 - Title, etc)

I use the Sonic Suite myself, but I generally convert them to normal CDs. For the few MP3 CDs I've made, I use the method above
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