I'm trying to find some information on creating cd's that contain mp3s for use on a CD Player. Is it nothing more than a data CD with mp3s on it? I assume the disc has to be closed for it to be played on a CD Player. I see options in WMP to "use media information to arrange files in folders on the disc". Is this ever required by CD Players?
I had tried putting a bunch of MP3s on a disc a while back and playing it in my brother's car which I thought had MP3 capability. It recognized the disc, but I couldn't hear anything. I could see the time counting as the disc was played yet no sound. The sound files being played were very long (about an hour). I assume there isn't some kind of restriction on that. I used WMP to create the disc and chose not to use the folder option mentioned above.
It is possible my brother's Honda CRV doesn't support mp3s in it's CD Player. I'll look in to that further as well. It's only a couple years old though. I know the new ones support them.
Any information on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.