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  1. Problems Managing Tracks In Sound Editor

    Using a Dell Inspiron running windows 7. I'm copying audiocassettes to mp3 files and cds. Two problems. 1. Even though I set the "Detect Tracks" option under Tools to "maximum tracks 1", the system insists on putting tracks in by itself. Some of my audio files have a couple hundred tracks! How do I get the system to perform like I mean it to? 2. Is there some easy way of eliminating all the tracks at once that the system put in? So far, I'm clicking on each in the list on the left and hitting delete. Really annoying. 3. I'm having problems with track titles that I create being there when I play an mp3 file with Windows Media Player; it shows blanks. Any advice? Thanks!
  2. Using a Dell Inspiron running windows 7. I'm copying audiocassettes to mp3 files and cds. Two problems. 1. Even though I set the "Detect Tracks" option under Tools to "maximum tracks 1", the system insists on putting tracks in by itself. Some of my audio files have a couple hundred tracks! How do I get the system to perform like I mean it to? 2. Is there some easy way of eliminating all the tracks at once that the system put in? So far, I'm clicking on each in the list on the left and hitting delete. Really annoying. 3. I'm having problems with track titles that I create being there when I play an mp3 file with Windows Media Player; it shows blanks. Any advice? Thanks!
  3. So I got Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus Sound Editor to work with my PC, it seems. But the voices of my parents are too high pitched. I know it has to do with different turning speeds between what they recorded on and what I'm playing on. But I can't do anything about that. Is there a way with this software to fix this problem? If not, can I sit with a professional and his/her equipment, till the voices sound right to me? My parents are long gone, and I'd like to hear their voices again but a little more like I remember them.
  4. ok, thanks for the advice; I'm new for forums. OK, the record-edit-save option takes more time, but I've wasted lots of time trying to do the direct method, so I'll try that. Thanks! I'll be back if it's not consistent. You've been very helpful.
  5. This entry is the closest to my problem so I'll post here. I have Windows 7 on a Dell Inspiron. I've done a lot of work with EAsy VHS to DVD 3 Plus, generally successful using the "record, edit, save" option. Now I'm trying to do a set of straight recordings of videotapes less than 2 hrs long to Verbatim disks, 4.7 GB, DVD+R, brand new, at lowest quality. The problem is that one out of maybe three attempts works. The other times, it goes through the whole process and then when "Finishing" I get an error message, "There is a problem writing to this disk." I can understand a bad disk every now and then, but I've tossed a dozen out of 20 attempts and that is absurd. .... I saw one reply that said "delete your device and let Windows find it" -- that sounds terrifying, and I don't know how to do it. Why should I do that? If you're really correct, how do I do it?
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