I trid to do a search on this but there seems to be little on the topic.
I’ll have to admit to not knowing much about wma files; However, if there is some legal reason why you can’t burn these to CD, why doesn’t Roxio Easy CD Creator 5 basic tell you?
Anyway, here’s the background. I have some wma files which MediaPlayer 9 produced from an audio CD by allowing me to copy right onto my hard drive without complaint or warning of any sort. These files will play and produce sound in MP9 perfectly fine. However, when I go to copy them to an audio CD, all of the tracks appear in the same length, but there is no audio in any of the tracks. They are completely blank.
Has someone seen this and can they explain to me why this is happening, and if it is some sort of copy control, why in the heck doesn’t something simply state that so I can stop wasting my time. I’ve coastered 4 CDRs so far.