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Windows Media Player: Burn photos, music and videos on a CD or DVD




The latest version of Windows Media Player, included in Windows 7 and 8, can burn your photos, music and videos on a CD or DVD on the fly. You simply have to drag and drop files from your Windows Media Library to the burn list. Windows Media will create a CD or DVD out of these files (MP3 , WMA, JPEG , MP4, WMV, AVI..etc)

Procedure:
  • Insert a blank CD or DVD into your CD/ DVD drive
  • Open Windows Media Player
  • Click on the "Burn" tab , located in the right pane. An empty burn list shall be displayed.
  • Find the files you want to burn from your Library (Music, Videos, Pictures) and drag them to the burn list
  • Once done, click on "Start burn".

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