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Rudj
02-01-2014, 03:49 PM
Hi,
I would use my Batch Ripper version with an Nimbie11 USB, and I have a few questions
First are about performances
I've got 1 PC and 2 Mac

PC with AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3400+, 2,20 Ghz
2 Go
Windows Vista Pro 32 bits

MacBook OS 10.6.8 (can run Windows)
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo2.2 Ghz
4 GO DDR2 SDRAM 667 Mhz
Disque SSD Samsung 120 Go

Mac Mini OS X Mavericks (can run Windows)
Intel Core i5 bicœur à 2,5 GHz
4 Go de mémoire
Disque dur de 500 Go1
Intel HD Graphics 4000

What kind of configuration is better to run the Batch Converter application with NIMBIE11 ?
How much rip of CD can I expect per hour ?

Thank you

Spoon
02-01-2014, 04:28 PM
With a single CD drive ripping, it should make no difference, all your computers are modern.

Rudj
02-02-2014, 06:13 PM
With a single CD drive ripping, it should make no difference, all your computers are modern.

Thank you for this point, Mr Spoon
But what about productivity if I use NIMBIE USB3 with M-DISC driver = 14-15 CD/hour ?

+I've a lot of questions regarding the database


After a sequence of ripp, is that I get a summary of my work files, and what type of informations it contains (date, album, title ...? Could I export it in Excel ?
When I Ripp a new CD, the database reported if the CD is already present? If yes, Batch Converter would me dismiss the Ripp or another action??
If I don't use the same machine to ripp CDs, sometimes a desktop computer, sometimes a laptop, could I merge the two (or much more :lipsrseal !) databases ?



Wish U a good night from France

Spoon
02-03-2014, 03:57 AM
The drive is way slower than the interface, so USB3 or USB2 makes no difference.

In batch ripper you get a status log.
There is no skipping of cds if already ripped, they will be overwritten.
It is not possible to merge 2 computers in batch ripper.