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Yes. Rhapsody enables you to burn CDs using music files from your own MP3 collection or any music available for purchase in our music store.
Frequently Asked Questions -- Pamunkey Regional Library
Please see our page on "How to Burn CDs on Library Computers" for step-by-step instructions.
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Yes. The music services of your choice enable you to burn CDs using GYMp3 files from your own Mp3 collection or any music available for purchase in the music store of your choice.
Computing Facilities FAQ
There are several flavors of DVDRWs. For maximum compatibility and reliability reasons, we recommend DVD-RW with a speed rating not larger than 2x. The filesystem on CDs/DVDs is ISO9660 which is a fixed type of filesystem: once created no files can be added/deleted. To add or delete files on a CDRW/DVDRW the disk should be first completely deleted and the new filesystem containing the old files plus the changes should be re-created.
Yes and yes. Using the free Rhapsody Music Software (available on Windows PCs only), you can burn tracks that are purchased from Rhapsody onto CD. You can also use the Rhapsody Music Software to burn CDs created from your personal MP3 collection. Streamed and downloaded (but not purchased) membership tracks cannot be burned onto a CD.
Rhapsody is a membership-based music service that gives you unlimited access to a catalog of millions of full length, CD-quality tracks. Listen whenever you want, get personalized music suggestions tailored to your musical tastes, and take your music with you wherever you go. Rhapsody to Go ($14.99/month) (available on Windows PCs only) allows you to listen to all the music you like, and to transfer all the music you want to supported MP3 players, such as the Sansa e200R Rhapsody.
Technically, no, but you’re asking the wrong question. GB creates songs and exports them to iTunes. iTunes can burn CDs, so in fact the answer to the question you wanted to ask is yes.
Frequently Asked Questions
CDs can be created by selecting the CD/DVD Creator from the Places menu either on the desktop bar or from a Nautilus file browser window. Drag the files you would like to burn into that directory. Finally, click the "Write to CD Button".
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
There is one CD Burner in each of the following places: 3rd year studio, 4th year studio, 5th year studio, 412 lab, and 225 lab. All of the computers on the tiered section in the CM lab, room 220, also contain CD Burners but are only to be used by CM students. of Summer 2003 there are NO computers in either lab or studio that will recognize a 250 megabyte Zip disk. For now stick to the 100 megabyte Zip disks.
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Any brand of CD-R will work in the media lab. You can also burn rewritable CDs (CD-RW) but if you make audio CDs, not all CD players can read CD-RWs. CD-R discs are very inexpensive. If you look around, you can usually find a spindle of 100 CD-Rs for $15-20.
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Yes. However, Digital Rights Management (DRM) built into each video may limit you to viewing the disk from a computer that is connected to the Internet.
Real Networks has a digital music service called Rhapsody which lets customers buy permanent digital downloads as well as stream digital music directly from their site to a computer and, if customers choose to use Rhapsody's "To Go" program, on selected portable devices. For help with the Rhapsody service, we suggest you use Rhapsody Support. RealPlayer Music Store (http://musicstore.real.com) sells music only as permanent digital downloads that the customer owns and uses.
Rhapsody to Go (available on Windows PCs only) gives you unlimited access to Rhapsody's millions of tracks on your computer, and the ability to transfer unlimited tracks to your compatible MP3 player at no additional charge. Rhapsody Unlimited ($12.99/month) gives you unlimited listening on your computer (available on Windows, Mac and Linux computers). Both offer the same great Rhapsody features, such as:
Virtuosa : Frequently Asked Questions
Virtuosa will burn all supported audio files on blank Audio CDs as long as it is not limited by individual files' DRM settings (please refer to the built-in Help document within Virtuosa for more information about DRM files).