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As is known to all, the capacity of a piece of CD can accommodate up to hundreds of or even thousands of MP3/WMA format of music files, while the traditional music CD can hold at most dozens of high-definition music files in CD format. Therefore, people who demand less for sound quality usually want to be able to burn their collected, favorite MP3 or WMA format of music into an audio CD. But the problem is, the music CDs burned using the common CD/DVD burning software are almost always not playable in the car carried CD player. In fact, that is just because we did not choose the right tool.