Hello. I have a blind friend who is very much into music and who uses PlayTime extensively to assemble tracks into CD-sized collections. She just loves that "F1 - say total time" feature.
I remember adding that feature hoping she'd get some use out of it.
In the past she used Windows Media Player to the burn these collections to CD. The latest versions of Media Player have, however, made it very difficult to use for blind people and I was wondering how much of a production it would be to add a "Burn Files to Disc" option to PlayTime. We would very much appreciate any help. Mike.
It wouldn't be a five minute affair, I'll say that. However, since PlayTime can export the list in .m3u format, it would probably be easier to use any of the myriad of burning apps out there that can import the m3u playlist file and burn the tracks to CD format. I'm sure you're aware, but you can also move the list rows up and down in PlayTime before you export (to give you a custom order).