Building Your Media Library
5. If you want to burn only one disc in this session, remove files from the list until
they all fit on one disc. Simply right-click a file you want to remove, and then
click Remove from List. Removing files from the burn list will not delete the files
from your media library.
6. In the burn list, drag files up or down to arrange them in the order you want
them to appear on the disc. If you have chosen to burn more than one disc at
once, make sure that files will be burned to the disc you want.
7. Click Start Burn. If you are burning multiple discs, insert a blank disc when the
first one has finished burning, and then click Start Burn. Repeat this step until
you have finished burning all of the discs. As a disc is burned, you can check its
progress in the burn list.
To ensure a proper burn, you shouldn’t try to perform any other
actions on the computer while burning a disc. For example, the
recording may be affected if you try to play music from your media
library while burning a disc.
Syncing Your Media to MP3 Players and Other Devices
Windows Media Player allows you to sync your media easily to MP3 players and
other devices with removable storage. To get started, you’ll need to set up the device
for syncing and then either manually sync your media or configure autosyncing using
Figure 8-32. Burning a data CD or DVD to create copies of your media or to play in newer CD and