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SweetTasha [Avatar]
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Here are the steps I executed:

1. I dragged tracks to the tracks screen.
See power2go gospel mass tracks attached.

2. Click Next. it displays
see power2go gospel mass settings attached.
Drive makes "whirring" sound. While it is "whirring" power2go says "power2go is already running."

3. When drive stops "Whirring," I wait for completion message but none is displayed.
See power2go gospel mass settings after burn attached.

The output disc will not play on my Blu-ray device, Sony 4K UHD Upscale.
 Filename
power2go gospel mass settings.PNG
[Disk]
 Description
 Filesize
38 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
3 time(s)
 Filename
power2go gospel mass tracks.PNG
[Disk]
 Description
 Filesize
91 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
3 time(s)
 Filename
power2go gospel mass serttings after burn.PNG
[Disk]
 Description
 Filesize
32 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
3 time(s)
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hi SweetTasha,
I see you're creating a wma disc, is it what you intented to? If yes, do you know your SONY blu-ray device plays wma disc?
from my experience, wma disc may only suitble for car audio.
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Quote hi SweetTasha,
I see you're creating a wma disc, is it what you intented to? If yes, do you know your SONY blu-ray device plays wma disc?
from my experience, wma disc may only suitble for car audio.


I believe the SONY does play wma. I have one that was created by someone else that I believe is wma. I there a way to tell whether that disc is wma?

Thanks. SweetTasha.
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I believe the SONY does play wma. I have one that was created by someone else that I believe is wma. I there a way to tell whether that disc is wma?

Thanks. SweetTasha.


Hi,
You didn't mention which specific player you have, but according to this link WMV and WMA files are not supported on Sony Blu-ray players:

https://www.sony.com.sg/electronics/support/articles/S500008340

Try the MP3 format.

Dave

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Hi,
You didn't mention which specific player you have, but according to this link WMV and WMA files are not supported on Sony Blu-ray players:

https://www.sony.com.sg/electronics/support/articles/S500008340

Try the MP3 format.

Dave


BTW, I did mention in my initial post it's a Sony 4K UHD Upscale.
The model number is DBP-S7600.
According to this link, mp3 and WMA are supported by this model. https://www.sony.com.sg/electronics/support/articles/00069526
I've tried mp3 in the past. My blu-ray didn't play them, but I'll try them again.

Thanks.
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BTW, I did mention in my initial post it's a Sony 4K UHD Upscale.
The model number is DBP-S7600.
According to this link, mp3 and WMA are supported by this model. https://www.sony.com.sg/electronics/support/articles/00069526
I've tried mp3 in the past. My blu-ray didn't play them, but I'll try them again.

Thanks.


>>The model number is DBP-S7600.
do you mean bdp-s6700?
https://www.sony.com.sg/electronics/blu-ray-disc-players/bdp-s6700
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SweetTasha [Avatar]
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You are correct, I did mistype the model, but it's not bdp-s6700. It is BDP-S6500.

However, I determined that the problem is that the disc power2go is creating is not an audio disc but a data disc. So, clearly,I've done something wrong in setting up the burn process. I've opened a support ticket with Power2go support. If they come up with a solution I will report it here.

Thanks.

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