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After Lp Transferred To Hd I Loose "next" & "previous"


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I transter LPs to HD using LP Tape Assistant and Easy Record. Then rename individual tracks, clean, and export. I end up with individual files in the folder, and cannot use "Next and Previous" (buttons are greyed out in WMP 10) on computer, or on CDs I make from the HD files. Help Please: I would like to skip to next or previous tracks.

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I transter LPs to HD using LP Tape Assistant and Easy Record. Then rename individual tracks, clean, and export. I end up with individual files in the folder, and cannot use "Next and Previous" (buttons are greyed out in WMP 10) on computer, or on CDs I make from the HD files. Help Please: I would like to skip to next or previous tracks.

 

Contact Microsoft, and ask them why their buttons are greyed out.

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Another option which I use. I transfer my LPs as you do with LP converter. However after I name my tracks I do not clean them up at that point. I click on go to Soundeditor. That is where I clean up tracks. Then I save the project. Soundeditor saves the tracks as an album not single tracks. You can also do more editing in sound editor if you are so inclined. I often combine the best songs from several albums. Then you can burn at that point or just keep on HD.

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I transter LPs to HD using LP Tape Assistant and Easy Record. Then rename individual tracks, clean, and export. I end up with individual files in the folder, and cannot use "Next and Previous" (buttons are greyed out in WMP 10) on computer, or on CDs I make from the HD files. Help Please: I would like to skip to next or previous tracks.

 

 

Grampabruce sir: I know you have been helpful to many others, so I presume I asked my question poorly. The problem I am having with ripping LPs (and CDs) has nothing to do with WMP 10. To the HD with LP and Tape assistant I rip an LP to a new HD folder say"Sound of Music." After ripping to that folder I end up with individual files of individual songs. I would like to play from the HD, or from CD burnt from my HD, the songs sequentially (like an LP or CD can do) and be able to skip to the "Next" or "Previous" track. Is this possible, and can you tell where in EMC 7.5 I am going wrong? Thanks to you, and any others, for your consideration and help.

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Grampabruce sir: I know you have been helpful to many others, so I presume I asked my question poorly. The problem I am having with ripping LPs (and CDs) has nothing to do with WMP 10. To the HD with LP and Tape assistant I rip an LP to a new HD folder say"Sound of Music." After ripping to that folder I end up with individual files of individual songs. I would like to play from the HD, or from CD burnt from my HD, the songs sequentially (like an LP or CD can do) and be able to skip to the "Next" or "Previous" track. Is this possible, and can you tell where in EMC 7.5 I am going wrong? Thanks to you, and any others, for your consideration and help.

 

The CD should be no problem at all, so I don't know why you can't skip to the next track. Making a playlist should enable you to play those tracks that are on your hard drive.

 

I never would update my WMP 9 to WMP 10. I read enough posts about WMP 10 that I was fine with WMP 9. Can you make a playlist with WMP 10?

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Grampabruce sir: I know you have been helpful to many others, so I presume I asked my question poorly. The problem I am having with ripping LPs (and CDs) has nothing to do with WMP 10. To the HD with LP and Tape assistant I rip an LP to a new HD folder say"Sound of Music." After ripping to that folder I end up with individual files of individual songs. I would like to play from the HD, or from CD burnt from my HD, the songs sequentially (like an LP or CD can do) and be able to skip to the "Next" or "Previous" track. Is this possible, and can you tell where in EMC 7.5 I am going wrong? Thanks to you, and any others, for your consideration and help.

The problem we're having here is understanding what you're playing the tracks with. If you're playing them in WMP 10, which you indicated in your original post, and the "next" and "previous" buttons don't work, then the problem has nothing to do with EMC 7/7.5.

 

So, let's see if we can get some more clarity.

 

When you digitize your LP, and get the individual files for each track, are you doing these as .MP3 or as .WAV files? (I would recommend .WAV files if you're planning to go to create an Audio CD as you won't incur any loss from the MP3 compression.) Now that you have these files on your HD, what are you trying to play them with? WMP 10? In some part of EMC 7.x? And if in EMC, what program are you using to play them back with?

 

Next, if you create an Audio CD from these files, does that play properly?

 

Let us know.

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The problem we're having here is understanding what you're playing the tracks with. If you're playing them in WMP 10, which you indicated in your original post, and the "next" and "previous" buttons don't work, then the problem has nothing to do with EMC 7/7.5.

 

So, let's see if we can get some more clarity.

 

When you digitize your LP, and get the individual files for each track, are you doing these as .MP3 or as .WAV files? (I would recommend .WAV files if you're planning to go to create an Audio CD as you won't incur any loss from the MP3 compression.) Now that you have these files on your HD, what are you trying to play them with? WMP 10? In some part of EMC 7.x? And if in EMC, what program are you using to play them back with?

 

Next, if you create an Audio CD from these files, does that play properly?

 

Let us know.

 

 

Thanks to Grampabruce and Deweywright for your help. I did not understand that it was necessary to play through WMP 10 and for full function (Next and Previous) to create a WMP Playlist. Working through this now, and thank you again.

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Thanks to Grampabruce and Deweywright for your help. I did not understand that it was necessary to play through WMP 10 and for full function (Next and Previous) to create a WMP Playlist. Working through this now, and thank you again.

 

You are welcome, and let us know how it works out.

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