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From: Jackson <>
Subject: Re: [Computers] Audio CD files, how to name.
Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2001 17:14:05 -0800
At 10:24 PM 12/29/01, you wrote:
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>Could you copy the files to your HD, rename, and then copy to the CD?
>At 03:50 PM 12/29/01, you wrote:
> >The only problem I have is NAMING the files. Even though the names of the
> >songs are on the file when I copy it, it ends up on the CD with just a file
> >name with numbers and letters.
The software used to rip the songs from the CD can do several things. Only
a few programs however can do all the things now available to do when
copying a CD to a Hard Disk, getting ready to burn a CD disk, either in
MP3, Wave, or other format.
I am using the software that come with the Roxio, (Adaptec), Easy CD
Creator programs. It is fairly full, and can do a lot. There are others
better, but as I do very little at present in this line, due to time, I
will not look at them and find the best. It would surely change by the
time I get time. I eventually intend to rip all the 300 plus 33s I have
and make into MP3 format tracks for CDs.
One of the biggest problems, is that older, and newer cheap CDs of music,
do not usually have the tracks on them which give the name, who performed
the track and the other items needed to add the information to the CD. On
them, regardless of the software used, you will have to manually insert the
information. None of the 33s and 45s have information tracks on them.
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