This article explains how to copy, or rip, music from a disc to your computer with Windows Media Player 12 on Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. For Windows users who have Windows Media Player built-in, copying music to your computer is really easy. Insert the disc into your disc drive. If an autoplay option appears, ignore it or exit out of it. Open Windows Media Player. Either search for it from the Start menu or enter the wmplayer command in the Run dialog box. Go to the Folders list and select the music disc. The CD might be called Unknown album or something else, but either way, it is represented by a small disc icon. Select the format for the copied music. The options vary from computer to computer but can range from 48 Kbps which will make files with the smallest size to as high as Kbps this is the best quality but produces the largest file sizes.
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WMP lets you copy music from a disc to your computer for backup
Burn CDs (or data DVDs)
Ripping a CD means to copy songs from the CD to a computer hard disk. The Windows Media Player is an application from Microsoft that enables you to copy music from any CD onto your computer for free. You can then easily manage downloaded music files using Windows Media Player. To rip a CD, first you have to be connected to the Internet. When you insert an audio CD, the media player should automatically open a window to ask what to do with the CD. The download to your hard disk should start automatically. The player also downloads album cover art and track titles. You can add or edit information after ripping the CD.
Making a media library using Windows Media Player WMP can save you time when looking for the right song, genre, or album. It also offers other features, like making playlists, burning custom CDs, and more. Windows Media Player 11 is an older version of the Microsoft application, so if you're still running this version, the guide below will help you get set up with your music collection in your WMP. You can visit the Microsoft site to download the latest version of Windows Media Player. A drop-down menu will appear, giving you various options. Windows Media Player gives you the option to select what folders you want to scan for media files — such as music, photos, and videos. The first thing is to see if you are in the advanced options mode by looking for the Add button.
To decide which kind of disc you should use, you'll need to think about what you want to copy, how much you're copying, and how you want to play the disc. This table helps you decide what type of disc to use. Choose this option if you want to make music CDs that you can play in your car, on your stereo, or on your PC. Choose this option if you have lots of music and a CD or DVD player that can play the file types you add to the disc or if you want to back up your media. You can make a CD that stores about 80 minutes of music and will play in almost any CD player. A data CD will work in CD players that support the file types copied to the disc. Search for the items in your Player Library that you want to burn to the disc, and then drag them to the list pane on the right side of the Player Library to create a burn list.