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I have "upgraded" to NXT Pro 7. to primarily digitize my Vinyl collection. Support has been responsive thus far. I'm hoping that the group can help. Bugs include : Tracks are not identified automatically. This creates a time consuming process of separation. Program hangs and stops responding when stopped. Problem is intermittent Now I cant even load an audio file after the program was not responding. Tags seem to identify almost all songs as recorded by Eminem. I had no idea he was that old or that prolific. Others with similar problems? Solutions? Commiseration? Its been awhile, and no responses. Support was very attentive and then after getting a look at my admin files etc, they simply dropped the ball. I threatened to try and get my money back and poof!! They were gone. The program works, sort of. The track separation doesn't work and the tags are ridiculous. I am able to digitize my vinyl but it is clunky at best. If youre out there support, you could respond and commiserate at least. Thus far this is an expensive disappointment.
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!
I went from Toast 6 to Toast 10, and also from PowerBook G4 to MacBook Pro. While still using Toast 6 I digitized several hundreds of tape cassettes to AIFF files on DVDs with CD Spin Doctor in 2004, and I still have them. Now 10 years later to consolidate my files I tried to transfer everything to a single external hard drive for back-up using my MB Pro with Toast 10, but when I load those DVDs into my Toast 10-enabled MB Pro, I see that it still reads the names of the tracks but has stripped them of their timings. All the track times simply read as 0. Although the sound waves are visible in the graph above, the individual tracks have been lost except for the names--as if the entire album is one single block instead of multiple tracks. However, I still have my old PB G4 and Toast 6 on it, and so when I put those same DVDs into that old computer, everything shows up again as expected, with the track times. How can I update this to my current computer and Toast 10?
When I burn 5 tracks to a audio CD and try and play them in my 2007 Yukon CD player, everything work fines EXCEPT the track advance will not work to manually advance to the next song. If I hit "random" on the deck it will then advance to another track, but not in sequence! Can anyone tell me what I might be doing wrong when I burn an audio CD in Toast 11 Titanium? Thx in advance