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  1. Thread: WMA to FLAC

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    Re: WMA to FLAC

    Sure -- there it is -- works well.
  2. Thread: WMA to FLAC

    by tms
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    WMA to FLAC

    Is it possible to convert a WMA file to FLAC with dbP? I don't see the WMA codec in there...it's gotta be somewhere!
    Thanks for any help with this.
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    Re: Encoding differences between computers

    Yes -- that's it. I must have selected DSP while fooling around with my original install, and forgot about it. Thanks for the tip.
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    Encoding differences between computers

    I have dbP R16.6 installed on two Windows 7 machines currently. A cd ripped on one at FLAC encoding level 8 produces a
    a 16 bit/44.1 KHz file, while the other machine using the same setting and cd...
  5. Thread: Drive Read Cache

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    Re: Drive Read Cache

    OK, got it. That's what I will do.
  6. Thread: Drive Read Cache

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    Re: Drive Read Cache

    I've set it back 1024 KB. Is this then the cache level that will be used from now on? Also, what did the 39 KB level arising from the "detect" operation in my above post indicate?
  7. Thread: Drive Read Cache

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    Drive Read Cache

    I'm setting up dBp Reference v16.6 to rip my collection of approximately 1,600 classical cds. So far, so good. However, a _detect_ operation on my Drive Read Cache shows a level of 39 KB. Is this an...
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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    Ah -- found it. Everything good. Thanks.
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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

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    Thanks for the suggestions, but I am unable to find the CDRipper_Namings in the registry (see attached). What am I missing?
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    Re: deleting file naming prototcols

    I'm using dbP with Windows 7. The "file protocols" are the naming strings appearing in the same menu as the default one when selecting metadata handling. I'd like to get rid of all except the default...
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    deleting file naming prototcols

    I have added several dynamic file naming protocols to the CD Ripper Naming list (Naming>Set>scrolldown list). These were experimental, and I want to delete them. How do I do this? Thanks!
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