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    Converting wav tags to id-3???

    I am not sure if this question got posted. If it did, sorry about the repeat.

    I have about 30K wav files that have been tagged with dbpoweramp. I am in the process of purchasing a new NAS system...
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    Re: Batch Track Number Tagging

    Yes. Until recently, I was using the filename to access CDs and tracks. I have recently discovered the advantage of using the Squeezebox software (I use with a Transporter) to access CDs and...
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    Batch Track Number Tagging

    I have a lot of ripped CDs from when I was using WMP (before I learned of DBPA) that are missing track numbers.

    Is there a quick way of inserting track numbers into the tracks of an album without...
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    Re: Ripping to WAV saving tag properties

    I have ripped about 1800 CDs of various vintages using WAV. I do notice (probably because of the quality of the ripping) that the older ones (especially from around 1987) do not sound as good. From...
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    How Do I change the cut offs between tracks

    I have been using dBpoweramp to rip CDs and nearly all of them have worked out very well. However, on Dark Side of the Moon, there are several tracks which are pretty guiet toward the end (but still...
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    Re: Ability to rip music only DVDs

    Can you offer an explanation of why it is difficult to do (I am assuming that it must be, otherwise you'd have already done it).
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    How do I delete some "genres"?

    I have used dBpoweramp on thousands of CDs and have accumulated a (unwanted) collection of mis-spelled genre names. I would like to erase the unwanted ones and keep the rest.

    How do I do this?
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