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  1. Multiple AVCHD clips

    Thanks. <sarcasm>It's SO wonderful that a version 4 versions later improves on a function. </sarcasm>
  2. Label Creator Nxt Pro 6

    I got it directly from Roxio today (after ordering Sunday) on their Black Friday sale and updated things that said updates were available. This is the boxed version.
  3. Label Creator Nxt Pro 6

    Lol, ummm isn't that kind of the whole point with a DVD / CD etc. burning program? I know you were being facetious, but they should know the people buying this are going to burn media.
  4. Label Creator Nxt Pro 6

    You had me going for a few, but then I saw I have it in mine. I can totally get that they had so many programs and made things difficult at times, but there has to be a way to make it powerful with lots of options, but easy to do basic tasks if you don't want to get super-detailed and just want to do it easily and be done. I guess that is the challenge.
  5. Multiple AVCHD clips

    Hi I just installed Creator NXT Pro 6 having upgraded from version 2. I have to join 2-3 AVCHD clips together to burn to DVD. Version 2 allowed me to tell it to join the clips into one clip. I haven't seen the same option in this version? I typically save an image file while burning and burn to DVD.
  6. Hi, I have a CD with 56 tracks and am trying to get them to show up on the label creator. I made the text box as large as possible, and the text as small as possible (5) and tried some different fonts, but can't get that many tracks. Is there a way to make two text boxes side by side while still getting the titles from the CD itself (autofill from disc) and numbering them automatically (Or worse case scenario typing some or all myself)?
  7. I have used various software that accesses their database. This one and a database program I used had the same interface as each program to submit. The programmer of the other once told me that he had to pay a certain degree of money to them to access the database from within his program, but it was a selling point for his software. He mentioned this just to ask me if I reinstalled and installed to use the same info to log in or he would be charged for an extra user. I also seem to recall reading at Gracenote some years back that they quit allowing you to submit data through them and you had to use a program with the capabiliity. It appears that when trying to submit the data from one section of this program (the part that wouldn't let me choose the language) might have been Gracenote's own interface, but the one that wouldn't let me scroll down sure appears to be Roxio's own interface as it complements the program in design. Nonetheless, that is something to talk to Roxio / Corel directly and not here.
  8. Brendon, the CD IS a commercial CD. it is not one I made. It is one for sale at many companies who specialize in choral music. The Gracenote thing is a function of the Roxio software. I am sure they have used that as a selling point. The problem is not with Gracenote itself, but with Roxio's programming in that they do not have scrollbar or allow the box to be moved up so I can access the later tracks or to submit. So, that IS a Roxo problem.
  9. The CD in question is indeed an audio CD that plays in regular CD players (even ones that do not play MP3 discs), so it is CDDA. It is a rehearsal / accompaniment CD with one song being split into different tracks for ease of rehearsal. I wanted to rip the tracks to WAV, and merge them into a track per song (using Goldwave) when using as a performance track instead of having the song split with rehearsal points for rehearsal, The size of tracks varies from :13 to 1:15 depending on how the song is split for ease of accessing different sections of the song for the choir to learn. This has never been a problem with previous versions of the program. As far as the CD title, I cannot find anywhere that has its contents listed, but here is a screenshot to prove I have one.
  10. I am a long time user (going back to Adaptec in the year 2000). I am using this for work. We have a CD with 59 tracks (which is not unusual in my line of work). First, when trying to submit disc info to Gracenote after popping the disc in for audio creator, it got to where I could not type into the track fields (but could in the artist and title fields). I could paste in there, so I typed the tracks into Word and copied and pasted into the box for Gracenote. That was well and good until about half way through when it wouldn't let me go any further (I ran out of room on the screen, there was no scroll bar and it wouldn't move down any further),. I could move the box downwards, but not upwards to see any more tracks or to hit submit even for what I had. Then, I tried doing it through advanced rip. I entered the artist and title, but it would not let me choose the language (there were not choices) to even get to the tracks. This is absolutely ridiculous. I also find it sad that the company offers such a complex program with so many features and modules to it, but offer so little support. 14 days? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Most sofware companies support well past that. With a program like this, and the fact I use it only off and on at work, 14 days isn't even enough time to open the hood, and as I recall even within that is only being able to ask one question. That is inexcusable. And from what I can tell that is for activation or installation only. Even that is sad. I am not sure what they offer as far as tech support on using the program or bugs etc. I also hate how they make each version pretty much not work with previous things. I do seem to be able to open previous versions of labels (thank God), but other things are no longer true, I also hate how if you have a project, but move the media that it doesn't allow you to give it the new path or at least keep the titles on the screen to where you can find them and fix them yourself. That would make re-making CDs easier. I would like to ask if there is a way to get the program to get the title information from the track titles themselves and not the tags or at least an easy way to edit the tags. So much of what I have doesn't have tag info for MP3s and this too is a pain. I believe the issue happens in label creator, but can't recall. I just know I have had to edit and retype. This could well end my relationship with Roxio. I love some of the added features, but the older versions were a lot more easy to use. I might continue both at work and home if they could find a way to add the features and powers, give us control over them, but not make things so difficult, and actually have them work.
  11. Who Ya Gonna Call?

    I don't have a Blueray burner on my computer and we need to convert the file in order to reduce the service down to fit on one DVD. It is annoying that apparently there is not a good program out there to burn media because they seem to be bloated and buggy these days.
  12. Who Ya Gonna Call?

    I haven't done much with the video on this due to issues with Pinnacle having sync issues. Now, I have camcorder and am trying to burn. I convert the files to MP4s and EMC 8 sees the files, but they have the ghostbuster symbol over them, so I cannot use them.