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To my knowledge, you don't do that in Nero.
If you're creating an MP3 data disc, you have to do it in Explorer. Create your directories and sort your MP3 files whatever way you want, then drag all of it into Nero for burning. Outside of a PC, though, some players might have problems with extremely long path names, too many nested directories, or odd characters in a filename or directory name. Best to keep it all simple.
If you're creating an audio disc, you can't (normally) use folders. (You can create an audio+data disc, but your audio tracks might not leave much room on the disc for much else.)If cameras add ten pounds, why would people want to eat them?
explorer? someone said just create folder on your desktop and add the mp3s to each, then open nero and drag the folders....not sure if that works
That (working on the desktop) basically is still using Explorer. Personally, I'd rather not do that on the desktop, but I'm probably paranoid.
Yes, all you have to do is create the file and directory structure exactly like you want it to be on the disc, then drag the whole top level (all folders and files) into the Nero window where you normally add files.If cameras add ten pounds, why would people want to eat them?