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  1. wakefipc

    Google Drive Stripping Data

    I only briefly scoured the posts here, so I apologize if this topic has been mentioned before. Our department records, edits, and archives all concerts on campus. We decided to use Toast to export CD image files for each album, and back them up on Google Drive (education gives us unlimited space). However, once we download that file it can no longer be opened by toast - "is an unsupported file type". We're able to mount the image, but it gives us a single track with all the data rather than the multiple tracks associated with the CD. Upgrading to Toast 12 didn't solve the problem, so we did some more research. It seems that when Google Drive uploads the SD2F files it strips away the data for track names, sample rate, bit depth, and length. Toast opens the file expecting to see this data, and promptly sh**s itself when it's missing. Has anyone had this problem? We've tested it with multiple files with the same outcome. I'd be happy to supply more information if needed.
  2. Whenever I convert audio from FLAC to any other format in toast 11 all of the metadata (with the exception of artist and song name) are lost. Most importantly that is track number and album name. This shouldn't be the case and I imagine there is an easy fix. Anyone have the answer? Thanks
  3. recently bought Toast 11 for Mac to use with my new Tivo Premiere 4. used the Tivo Transfer app that came with it to get a bunch of tv shows off my old Tivo HD so that i can then get to them from my new Tivo via the Mac2Tivo included app. trying to figure out how i can edit the metadata of these ".tivo" files so i can have a better sense of what show is which when getting from the Tivo itself, but cannot figure it out. have scoured google & these forums. only found other old open source programs that i'm nervous/confused about using. i can open these .tivo files in Toast, and click the EDIT option and easily edit the text that goes along with the show (title & episode etc); but then there's no way to just save it back. it makes me export/convert it to something other than what it is. is there no EASY way to just simply edit the meta text of a file without going thru all the conversion & exporting process???
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