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Back Up Old Audio Cds Projects To My Harddrive


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Hi Everyone

EMC9 Been good with all all of you help.This is the problem my PC crash.Now my PC IS WORKING GOOD and EMC9 IS DOING FINE.How do I save my old CDs(or projects) that I created from Music disc creator and save them on my extra harddrive (F) that I install on my PC.To make it simple I would like to save my Audio Cds on my harddrive and printout the label for each of them?

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If you intend to keep existing AUdio CDs intact and yet have it saved on HDD, the ideal way would be to save them as an Image file (Bin/Cue). This will create a mirror of your existing Audio CD. You can mount/load this image at will when you want to work with them as well extract to wav/mp3 as needed. However, if you were to extract your Audio CDs to wav or mp3, you will once again have to undergo Audio CD making process via MDC. Please also note, if you have saved MDC project files, you would want to save them as Disc Image for future use and if you intend to move your tracks to a different location. The project files include pointers to the source files but does not include/embed files in them. And ofcourse, you can always use Lable Creator to create your labels as well use "Auto fill smart objects" for Audio Discs that include Album information from Gracenotes. For other, you will have to work your way out with some manual tracknaming.

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