[QUOTE=DrageMester;2142549]CD Audio (CD-DA) is not the same as a data CD with WAV files.
There is a limit of 99 tracks on CD Audio discs.
There is no general limit on number of folders or files for data CDs with MP3 or WMA files, but some players have their own limitations some of which are indeed 99 folders and/or 99 MP3/WMA files per folder or 99 MP3/WMA files altogether.
You will have to test or read the manual for your specific player(s) to know which limits apply in your case.[/QUOTE]
So when I burn a CD with MP3 files I am creating a data disc and not a CD audio disc, is that right? My DVD player supports the MP3 format. Does this mean it will be able to play the MP3 data disc even though it isn’t in CD audio format?