Track List Does Not Clear
Posted 23 October 2010 - 02:37 PM
Acer 5720 Laptop
Intel Core 2 Duo T7300 (2ghz)
Mobile Intel Graphics X3100
2 GB ram.
Posted 24 October 2010 - 02:55 AM
Is "File - New Project" available from the menu?
Posted 24 October 2010 - 06:26 AM
I just tried using the Rip function and the track names do stay there after you hit finish.
I just finished ripping about 1100 cd's to a hard drive using Rip-Advanced and didn't have a single problem.
There is more flexibility to using it and you can load up more than 1 drive at a time if you have them.
You can set paths where you want tracks ripped to with more choices.
I got everthing ripped by Album Artist,Album,Track and things came out in nice neat folders just the way I wanted.
One word of advice.There is an Option that lets you not rip tracks you've already ripped.
That's only for up until you hit Finish.
As an example I ran into having cd's by an artist that had the same song on different albums.
If I happened to rip both discs on the same screen it would exclude the track from being ripped more than once.
If you're trying to get all the songs on every cd ripped then you have to watch that and make sure you uncheck it in the Options.
Note that it only applies to the tracks you have set to rip on the screen.Once you actually rip them the app doesn't check to see if they've already been done,only that you don't duplicate them on the same screen.
Once you hit Finish using Rip-Advanced the screen goes away and you go back to the Home app.You have to start Rip-Advanced again from there to rip another batch.
I did about 10 cd's at a time using 2 drives and it went really well.Doing any more at once and it takes a while for the tracks to get finished.
Another bit of advice,don't use "Rip from multiple drives at once".It just slows the process down.
Lastly I'm not sure about the Flac files.Don't have any to try.
Sorry if this is TMI....lol
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