And why wouldn't my CD burn? You've probably guessed a possible
reason. Too much data. I was using just mp3 files, and not the plex
itself, though the plex had recorded them.
I sometimes get 29 tracks on an audio CD; sometimes 24. I figured I was
at least safe with 24. Wrong. So I removed the bottom two. It still
But when I removed 4 tracks and tried to burn it, it went through
I know what to do in the future.
Thanks for bearing with me. If I'm this dangerous just burning a CD,
they're not going to let me out on the streets.
Boy is my face red. Smilies.
Thanks so very much to all who helped me.
I recorded 20 or so songs from church. They made a nice CD and I sent
it to a friend out in Oklahoma.
But I needed the first ten songs from that recording to put with about
12 other songs for a different purpose.
I saved them to a playlist to try to burn them.
The program I'm using says that there's not enough room on my blank CD
to burn them.
I've tried more than one CD; I've done about everything I know. Here's
the question after all this:
Q: Can I take the play list, 20 or 22 songs, and somehow put it back
into the plextalk and cause the machine to make a cd of them?
There is now no longer the internal files that belong to the recordings.
Here's the question stated another way.
Can I take a collection of 20 songs, put them into the plex without
recording them in again, and cause the plex to turn them out for me as a
I could play the songs into the plex again, yes. but can I possibly drop
them in in some kind of folder and have them recognized in the way that
is necessary to producing a CD?
I know the answer will be "no," but I had to ask.
Not an auto in my pocket, you uderstand.
There is the auto gain control on my Plextalk Two and also on the plex
I know how to turn it off in the plextalk Two. It is a toggle between
my being able to set the record volume level, and the auto gain.
Well, I plugged my little sony stereo mike into the Plex Pocket and
tried to make a recording tonight. it will say auto, once I found the
right key; but how do I get the machine to let me set the record levels?
Thanks. no rush.
We've been discussing plextalk pocket machines, and other things.
Some are interested in joining the list.
Would you send me the subscribe details for some who want it?