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    Re: Playlists - client hi-fi can't see them

    Brilliant, thanks. I knew it must be something simple. Everything fine.

    I guess that for the A-Z to work, Asset must use metadata tags - and of course there aren't any on playlist files, so it...
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    Re: Playlists - client hi-fi can't see them

    Thanks.

    In Asset I have Playlists as a container (Blue Folder Icon). The Marantz finds the container and displays it - it appears in the Marantz list in the same list position as it shows up on...
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    Playlists - client hi-fi can't see them

    This may be a simple problem, and it may be something to do with my hi-fi (a Marantz CR603), which I'm also checking.

    I have created playlists with both Foobar2000 and Playlist Creator, both as...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Amen to that.
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Well, I'm happy for the gurus to argue over the details.

    The facts are that the specific actions I took (un-install, clean the registry, re-install) solved the problem. And it is the cleaning the...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Hi,

    You will all be delighted that batch converter now works for me.

    Earlier in the thread I suggested that as I was upgrading from a previous version of Music Converter, maybe that the...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Hi, guys. me again.

    Well, I completely uninstalled Norton and re-booted.

    Tried Batch Converter - still didn't work - exactly the same as before. Re-installed converter software - still didn't...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Understand garym. Thanks.
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Thanks again.

    Windows firewall is not running, and if I disconnect form the router then the Batch converter still doesn't work.

    There is obviously something peculiar about my PC and its...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Thanks to you guys for your persistence . . .

    I've disabled Virus Protect and Smart Firewall, and turned off network protection. No diff.

    Norton found no fault with the software and validated...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    mville.

    Your second question first. If I click the List button, then I get the list of files. If I click the Convert button at the foot of that screen. Zilch. If I highlight and select the files...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Well, I've ensured that batch update is allowed by Norton, I've re-booted, but to no avail.

    So -

    1. Regardless of the file type (mp3, flac, wma), where it is held (Home C: drive or other) and...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Spoon. Will look at Norton just in case.
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Oh, should have mention Windows Service Pack 1
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Thanks all.

    I've got a feeling that it may be something to do with the file properties and/or the OS, but everything works OK with the standalone Music Converter, which just adds to the confusion....
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Hi Garym

    I've tried batch converting flac files as well as mp3s. It makes no difference. And I've also successfully converted some of the wma files using the standalone Music Converter. No...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Hmm.

    May use NCH Switch Sound File Converter Instead. Seems to do batch conversion for my wma files to flac without any problems at all.
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Oh, it works fine with Music Converter when I select individual files - no problems. It's the batch bit that doesn't do anything.
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Spoon, thanks.

    I'm trying with just one folder, containing a subfolder with one album (12 tracks). It just doesn't do anything or present any option to specify output destination nor format. The...
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    Re: Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Thanks, Spoon.

    Aye, but there's the rub. I click on Convert, and the screen blinks, and then stays as it is. I get nothing else - no option to enter or define anything else. This happens if I...
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    Batch Ripper - newbie questions

    Apologies if some of this is basic

    I've been using an older version of the format converter and CD ripper for a long time and have always found them excellent. However, I need to convert a load of...
  22. Re: New User - clearing out the asset library

    Thanks. After starting and stopping a few times, it seemed to reset anyway. But I will use this if I need it again.

    Much better than wonky twonky.
  23. New User - clearing out the asset library

    I'm trying out Asset, having been frustrated in turn by Windows Media Player and Twonky. The features seem excellent so far.

    A simple question - I want to clear out the media library and start...
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