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When I export recorded audio tracks with tag files containing apostrophes and commas to windows .wma files the artist and title folder and file names are missing the apostrophes and commas. Is this normal, and can I get around this?

Switch to a different operating system ! rolleyes.gif You can only usethe originall 128 ASCII characters. Substitute underliness or dashes for those characters.

 

It has nothing to do with Roxio.

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When I export recorded audio tracks with tag files containing apostrophes and commas to windows .wma files the artist and title folder and file names are missing the apostrophes and commas. Is this normal, and can I get around this?

 

Doesn't your Project Settings, File naming, Filename Structure, tell you that?

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Switch to a different operating system ! rolleyes.gif You can only usethe originall 128 ASCII characters. Substitute underliness or dashes for those characters.

 

It has nothing to do with Roxio.

 

Thanks Digital Guru for the prompt feedback. I understand that you can't name file/folders with certain characters such as *,/,\,:,?. But, I understand why I can then manually rename a file with commas and apostrophes.

 

Thanks again. Billy Mack

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Hi Billy,

 

In a case like this you can find that the program is written to fully comply with the standard so it can be used in all OSes, but some Operating Systems use a relaxed version of the standards and will allow characters that the standard doesn't allow.

 

This way your OS will let you rename to use some characters that the program won't use.

 

Brendon

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