Users have many reasons why they would want to burn their audio files to a CD, such as playing the CD in their cars, road trips or to backup songs onto another CD in case the original is lost or stolen. Windows Media Player copies music that you purchased from an online retailer or from your personal CD collection onto a blank CD-R. You can burn gapless CDs on Windows Media Player, meaning there will be no silence or pause in playback between tracks.
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Open Windows Media Player.
Click the "Burn" tab and then click "Burn Options," and a number of options appear. Check the "Burn CD without gaps" box to allow Windows Media Player to burn a gapless CD.
Click "Audio CD" and insert a blank and recordable CD-R into your CD-ROM drive. If a box entitled "AutoPlay" appears on screen, close the box.
Browse your Player Library to find the audio files you want to burn to a gapless CD.
Drag your audio files from the details pane to the list pane to create a burn list. The details pane is in the middle of your library and the list pane is on the right site of your library.
Click "Start Burn" to begin the CD burning process. Burning a gapless CD in Windows Media Player may take several minutes.
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