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  • keegh00
    • Dec 2010
    • 4

    CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

    I am new to this so, need some help with CD-ripper.
    I change my old Mac mini 2010 to e newer MacBook Pro 15 inch 2015 and using the apple drive with it.
    I downloaded the software again and installed it on the newer Mac. Tried to put in my registration code that did not work somehow.

    But still the software is on the newer machine, starts ripping and creating a map/folder just right withe folder in etc.
    But when starting to rip that starts to 100% en the encoding stays on 0% The CRC code is written down in the software, but when reached 8 files for the ripping, the software stops and the hole stuff seems to be frozen.

    So then I downloaded the trial version, started that but ... the same.

    What did I do wrong and how to solve it?

    Thanks in advance for the replies
  • Spoon
    Administrator
    • Apr 2002
    • 43914

    #2
    Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

    It likely means dBpoweramp does not have file creation rights, where are you writing to? a network share?

    Try as a test changing the location to the local music folder.
    Spoon
    www.dbpoweramp.com

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    • keegh00
      • Dec 2010
      • 4

      #3
      Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

      Thanks for the response.

      The rights are okay, it creates a map and in the map a folder.jpg, but does not create the ripped files.

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      • Spoon
        Administrator
        • Apr 2002
        • 43914

        #4
        Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

        Which encoder are you using? any DSP effects?
        Spoon
        www.dbpoweramp.com

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        • keegh00
          • Dec 2010
          • 4

          #5
          Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

          I use Wave as the encoder en my DSP settings are:

          - Replay Gain
          - With depth 16-32
          - Folder.jpg Preserve
          - Volume Normalize "peak to peak" dispersed volume 0dB
          - ID Tag processing only use manipaltion for Album art"
          - CPU Throttle " 12x"

          On the other old Mac mini this worked fine

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          • Spoon
            Administrator
            • Apr 2002
            • 43914

            #6
            Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

            Save the DSP effects then remove them all. And try ripping.

            Folder.jpg Preserve should not be in the list anyhow.
            Spoon
            www.dbpoweramp.com

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            • keegh00
              • Dec 2010
              • 4

              #7
              Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

              All thinhs I changed as you advised, then it start to write down the files.
              Then I took the liberty to put the options back 1 Bij 1 and when I put then all back slowly, then it still works.
              I don't know why, but it works.
              Thanks for the advise, the license I will try later, very glad that it works!!
              Thanks again

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              • PeterP
                Super Moderator
                • Jul 2011
                • 1365

                #8
                Re: CD Ripper doesn't create track files when ripping

                Thanks for the bug report.

                Problem appears to be caused by CPU Throttle feature, which plays badly with other DPSs that you have enabled, specifically ones that require whole track to be processed in two passes (Volume Normalize).
                Please do not use CPU Throttle with ripper, it makes very little sense. If you wish to control read speed of your optical drive, use "Ripping Speed" setting instead.

                I also recommend removing "Folder.jpg preserve", it makes no sense in ripper, it's meant for folder-to-folder conversions. I'll drop it from the list of available effects in Ripper to prevent confusion.

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