[access-uk] Windows Media Player

  • From: "Matthew Allbones" <mallbones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 17:06:26 -0000

Hi list

I have been given an Olympus DS 50  (not my choice) and have spent the
lat week trying to copy audio CDs using Windows Media player, as this
was the instruction in the DS 50's lengthy instructions.

WMP does not seem simple to use, so far I have managed the first and
last CD of an audio book, but the 3 other discs haven't copied.  The
main issue seems to be that the software doesn't offer me an speech to
tell me what it is /has done.

Should I persevere with WMP or should I be looking to use a different
piece of software to do this type of thing?  I have looked at the DS's
software, and this doesn't convert to WMA.  



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