#1
I could burn music onto a DVD-R instead of a normal CD and play it in my car?
#3
no.
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#4
does your car have a dvd player...
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does your car have a dvd player...


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#6
unless your car has a dvd player then... no
on the other hand if your in-car cd player plays mp3's make an mp3 disk on a stadard cd if storing loads of songs on single disk is what you're after.
#7
Actually you might be able to. I mean you can make home movies and put mp3's on them then burn them to a dvd-r.. so shouldn't it work to put just the music on and no movie? I say its worth a try

EDIT: That is if you have a dvd player.
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#8
Quote by Lamrick21
does your car have a dvd player...


Exactly what I thought.
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#9
Actually, yes, you can put mp3's on a DVD-R. You just need the right software to burn it and a DVD burner. Google it.
#10
yea but wouldnt you have to have a dvd player to play it afterwards
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#11
Quote by Turd_Ferguson
Actually, yes, you can put mp3's on a DVD-R. You just need the right software to burn it and a DVD burner. Google it.


yes you can put mp3's on a dvd but playing them on a standard cd player is a different matter, it woud need to be a dvd player which most in car stereo's aint