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Saving Track Info


rostasi

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Hello,

 

After transferring 71 tracks to my iTunes,

I realized that I wanted to add 2-second

pauses between tracks. So, when I transferred

them to Toast 7 in order to do this and

dropped the songs back into iTunes, the track info was lost.

So, I tried different ways of making audio discs

("Enhanced", clicking the CD-TEXT option, etc)

and can't find a way to save the text info.

I've also tried Jam 6, but to no avail.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

I would hate to have to copy all the text for 71 songs

(it is a collection of Renaissance Music with very long titles and composer names!) :)

 

thanks,

 

Rod

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Right now, I'm trying to export the songs out of Toast 7

thinking that the pauses will be exported too, but I guess

that they don't travel with the songs...too bad really...

The positive side is that the titles and artist info gets transferred.

 

Rod

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I suppose you could use QuickTime Pro to paste 2 seconds of silence to the end of each AIFF file. You'd need to first cut 2 seconds of silence from another AIFF file so you have it available to paste.

 

There is an Applescript called CD Text to CD Info that will copy CD Text info from an audio CD and paste that info into iTunes. It is available at dougscripts.com

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I suppose you could use QuickTime Pro to paste 2 seconds of silence to the end of each AIFF file. You'd need to first cut 2 seconds of silence from another AIFF file so you have it available to paste.
I was hoping that I wouldn't need to do that. :huh:
There is an Applescript called CD Text to CD Info that will copy CD Text info from an audio CD and paste that info into iTunes. It is available at dougscripts.com
Great! Thanks! I like his scripts - use them for other things too.

Maybe I can come up with something other than the 2 second paste after I check out his script.

It's always an experiment! :)

 

Thanks again - ALWAYS - for your help!

 

Rod

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