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im trying to burn an mp3 cd using i-tunes and i want to create folders inside the playlist im gonna burn. how the fuck do i do this? when i drag folders into the play list it just throw everything alltogether. god i hate macs...

thanks for any insight...

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

I've never made an mp3 with iTunes, I just drag stuff from my Music folder and burn it, no iTunes necessary.

 

However, I would think that when burning an mp3 playlist to an mp3 CD, iTunes would automatically build the same folder structure it has on your hard drive (a folder for each artist, subfolder for each album).

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Guest WebsterUno

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iTunes will only burn them to an audio format.

 

If you want a data format with folders, just drag and drop the

folders/files you want into the CD ICON ON THE DESKTOP.

 

When you're ready to burn simply double click the cd icon,

and in the finder window next to the cd icon you'll see this;

http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/basic-ref/teachers/images/radiation-symbol.gif'>

Click it to burn.

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