How to Convert MP3 files into Audio CDs by Using Windows Media Player

Posted on 31 January 2014Category: Video

Difficulty: Easy
Os: Windows
Software:  Windows Media Player 

Since most stereo systems from the past support only audio CDs, they cannot play the most popular audio format - MP3. Thus we would like to show you how you can actually convert MP3 files into audio CDs, so you can enjoy your favorite music regardless of your stereo system.


Step 1: Insert a disk into your CD/DVD-RW drive​

Step 2: Launch Windows Media Player


Step 3: Choose the MP3 files you need from Library and click on the Burn tab. Then drag and drop them into the Burn section.​


Step 4: Once you have picked out a particular MP3 file, please choose the Audio CD option from the dropdown menu.​


Step 5: If you want to remove a certain file from the Burn list, you just need to right-click on it and click on the Remove from List option.​


Step 6: Once you are ready just click on the Start burn button.​


If you want to have advanced control over the burning process, we would like to recommend a few Windows Media Player alternatives to you:

Nero Burning Rom ( Read Review )

Ashampoo Burning Studio   ( Read Review )

BurnAware ( Read Review )