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  1. I am using Sound Editor to process a large number of WAV files, splitting each of them into several MP3 files. I would like the files to be created with this template for path and filename: <Artist>\<Title>.mp3 I can select the output folder, but I see no way to specify subfolder and filename. There is such an option in the CD Ripper module, but Sound Editor does not seem to honor that spec. So my files end up with this for names: <Artist>\<Album>\<Track#>_<Title>_<Artist>.mp3 It is a great chore to rename and move these files. Why can't I tell Sound Editor what I want instead of it deciding for me?
  2. For older nintendo consoles, or playstation 2, can anyone recommend me a good converter, perhaps one that would work universally? Thanks!
  3. ZombeeWarfare

    Can My Computer Run The Hd Pro?

    Roxio's specs: -Microsoft Windows® 8, 7, or Vista. SP2, XP (SP3 for 32 bit & SP2 for 64 bit), Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon x2 64 2.0 GHz, 2GB RAM -DirectX® 9.0c compatible graphics card or higher, sound card -Windows Media Player 11 or higher -Internet explorer 7 or 8 My specs: -Processor: Intel® Pentium® CPU B590 @ 2.10GHz -Installed memory (RAM): 4.00 GB (3.85 GB usable) -Graphics card: Intel® HD Graphics Family (DAC type: internal with a 32-bit 60Hz Generic PnP Monitor -Sound card: Realtek High Definition Audio (not sure) -DirectX: v11 -Windows Media Player 12 -Internet Explorer 10 (I'm not sure if this will work with Roxio as they only say IE7 or IE8)
  4. DomCobb1

    Good Specs For 1080P Capture?

    I'm in the market for a new desktop. My old laptop simply isn't cutting it. However, I really do want to consider Roxio in my selection, so could anyone suggest any specs or even computers that would record in flawless 1080P? Thanks for the help.
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