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EMC 10 missing application


Ripperfreak

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I have huge MP3 collection and used Rename or Move Audio file quite a lot to edit the tags of missing albums track titles on my collection. I got the EMC 9 which have the Tag Editor and the Rename and Move Audio file. Now that I upgraded to EMC 10 that appilcation I found out was gone. What a shame! Gracenote database was excellent though very few track it can't identify. I think I have to go back to EMC9. I haven't tried multi CD ripper just yet as I wonder what effect on system resources it would make. Anyone tried it?

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Actually, some features have been moved into the 'Home' application. Click on the icon on the desktop and choose AUDIO. The Tag Editor should be in that list.

 

Yes i know. But The Tag Editor will only Edit The Track tags. it will not RENAME it.

 

You see, some of the albums I got only have for example. Track No. 1, track No.2, etc. Using the Rename Audio file application in EMC 9 it will actually embed the new tags and rename the files in the albums. So instead of Track2,3,3, etc it will display the actual track name of the songs.

 

I think some people ripping CD's do not check the box "Include track and Artist name" in the Audio ref. tools.

That would result in the ripped CD without the Track name.

 

I still have the EMC9 installed on my desk Top anyway as I only tried EMC10 here on my Laptop.

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Audio Converter is the one you want. After you've added the tracks, and edited tags if necessary, click convert. To rename just convert to the same format as the source file and select one of the options for naming convention, etc.(I think that was the same in 9).

 

You can get to it in the Home/Audio tab (Batch Sudio converter). Ot, right clicking on an audio file in Windows Explorer shows 'Move or rename Audio files in the context menu. Or create a shortcut to "C:\Program Files\Roxio\Audio Master 10\RxAudioConvert10.exe"

Thanks but if you ever used this Rename facility in EMC9 its quick and very good. In EMC9 you do the following: Open AUDIO>Rename or Move audio files>Select album and open>Highlight the tracks to rename>OK>Loads the tracks >Hit IDMusic file.Gracenote will searcg and identify files same a in Tag Editor>done>New track names displayed according to your preference>okay.

 

With the right click you are talking about that wont do me unless I know the track name of the albums and physically typed them in. An impossible ttask if you have thousands of tracks to rename. The Rename and Move Audio files in the EMC9 will do all for me search for the track names and then embed it to the files in just few seconds. I guess I have to keep the EMC9 on my desk top.

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Audio Converter is the one you want. After you've added the tracks, and edited tags if necessary, click convert. To rename just convert to the same format as the source file and select one of the options for naming convention, etc.(I think that was the same in 9).

 

You can get to it in the Home/Audio tab (Batch Sudio converter). Ot, right clicking on an audio file in Windows Explorer shows 'Move or rename Audio files in the context menu. Or create a shortcut to "C:\Program Files\Roxio\Audio Master 10\RxAudioConvert10.exe"

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Thanks for the tip about right clicking on the folder in Explorer to get the rename item in the context menu, which I had not seen: useful if all the files one wants to rename are in one folder.

 

So I tried it the way you describe. After clicking OK I get a progress bar. When that reached about 87%, in a most of tries I got the Windows error reporting message (the send/don't send box).

 

AppName: rxaudioconvert10.exe AppVer 10.0.0.42 ModName dccctrl10.dll ModVer 10.0.1.13 Offset 00026d77

 

In other cases the progress bar window closed (at 87 %) without error message.

 

As you report, in all cases (with or without error message) the renaming/relocation had been completed and all the created files are OK, which suggests that the error message is produced by some final step in the routines used by the app, maybe to close the renaming window? It must be an internal bug that causes the error, but in my case only occasionally.

 

I have never (so far) had such error messages going through the add files by selecting them from the folder and using the 'convert' (set to the same file type) that I described in my first reply. That is the way I've always done it before. It is only one or two additional mouse clicks (haven't counted :-) and does not take any longer to create the new files, so you could try that.

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Audio Converter is the one you want. After you've added the tracks, and edited tags if necessary, click convert. To rename just convert to the same format as the source file and select one of the options for naming convention, etc.(I think that was the same in 9).

 

You can get to it in the Home/Audio tab (Batch Sudio converter). Ot, right clicking on an audio file in Windows Explorer shows 'Move or rename Audio files in the context menu. Or create a shortcut to "C:\Program Files\Roxio\Audio Master 10\RxAudioConvert10.exe"

 

I have taken time to explore the application this weekend and you are right I have followed your shortcut.

 

From Utilities>Open Audio Converter>add Tracks>From explorer right click album to which tracks to be renamed>from resulting dialog box select "Rename or Relocate Audio files">Edit Audio files>Music ID>Done>OK

 

Now my problem is just after I hit the Ok button a window pops up that says

"ROXIO AUDIO CONVERTER HAS STOPPED WORKING" >>>> RxAudioConvert10.exe Application crash

 

If I close this warning window and go back to the album the renaming process actually done. So i don't know . done several folders and I just clicked to close and seems okay. its annoying though popping out like that all the time. Do you know or anyone know how to go around on this error warning?

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