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Burn Speed in Windows Media Player

How to change burn speed in Windows Media Player

When you copy music from your PC to a blank CD, it’s called “burning.” You can use Windows Media Player to do it.

Burning speed depends on how fast your burner is. This takes a bit longer, but helps prevents skips, delays, and failed burns (which essentially destroy a disc). Slower burn speeds are best for playback in car systems or older home devices.

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To change the default burn settings:

  1. Open Windows Media Player
  2. Choose Organize > Options at the top of the screen
  3. Select the Burn section
  4. Change Burn Speed