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How can I play Audio Companion MP3 tracks? (PC only)


You can play Rosetta Stone ® Audio Companion ® tracks on your computer, MP3 player, or CD player.

Play Audio Companion MP3 tracks on your computer
Your administrator will tell you where to find the Audio Companion MP3 tracks.

Do one of the following:

  • Navigate to any track and double-click it.

10-doubleclick

  • Select any number of tracks, right-click them, and select Play from the pop-up menu.
    11-Right-click

 

  • Select any number of tracks, drag them to a playlist in your media player, and click the Play button.

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Copy Audio Companion tracks to another device
You can copy tracks to your computer or handheld device.

  • Open the device or folder.
  • Right-click and drag the tracks to your device or folder.
  • Click Copy Here in the pop-up menu.

 

Make Audio Companion CDs
You can create two kinds of CDs with the Audio Companion files: a CD with MP3 files or an audio CD. Below are advantages and disadvantages of each, followed by instructions.

 

MP3 CD

Audio CD

Advantage

Holds up to three Levels on a single CD

Plays on any CD player

Disadvantage

Plays only on MP3-equipped CD players

Holds only one Unit per CD

How to make an MP3 CD

  • Insert a blank CD into your CD-RW drive.
  • Drag as many as three Levels of Audio Companion to the CD-RW drive folder.


Note: Don’t drag the folder with the language name [such as Spanish (Latin America)]. Many MP3-compatible CD players can’t read files nested in that many layers of folders.

  • Eject the CD.

How to burn an Audio CD
You can fit only one Unit of Audio Companion tracks on an audio CD.

  • Insert a blank CD into your CD-RW drive.
  • Open a single Unit of Audio Companion. Drag the tracks to the CD-RW drive folder.

Note: Don’t drag a folder to the CD-RW drive folder. Audio CD players can’t read folders.

  • Click Write these files to CD .

If you prefer, you can use your computer’s media player to copy tracks and burn CDs.

 

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