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    Re: Same Inaccurate error 2 different discs

    correct.
  2. Thread: Multi Disc Sets

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    Re: Multi Disc Sets

    Can't recall if one can copy from existing tag to correct tag field with dbpa. But in any case, with mp3tag, one can easily batch copy from your existing disc tags into these correct tags with a...
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    Re: General Questions about CD-Ripping Programs

    1. I know that each CD ripping program is written differently. I am also aware that some CD ripping programs use different meta data tags and settings such as Artist, Album, and Genre. Now if I...
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    Re: Trying to understand playlists

    I'd forgotten that dbpa can create a playlist file for the album. Like you, I see zero use for this as a "playlist". If I want to play the entire album, I simply browse to (or search for) the album...
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    Re: Trying to understand playlists

    dozens (hundreds?) of programs can create .m3u playlist files. I just used foobar2000 as an example of what I use. I also use my LMS server to create playlists. Regarding "what is a playlist".........
  6. Re: Problem ripping to FLAC on a few CDs: Extremely faint vocals.

    @schmidj is always a fantastic source of technical information!
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    Re: Trying to understand playlists

    I'm not sure I understand the question. I sometimes make playlists, but they have nothing to do with dbpoweramp. I make them in my music servers/players (for me either LMS or foobar2000). I don't...
  8. Re: Problem ripping to FLAC on a few CDs: Extremely faint vocals.

    @Spoon's explanation.
    https://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthread.php?35498-DSP-Effect-Karaoke

    and I think he means it should leave OUT the voice and smaller instruments.
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    Re: New user - question re profiles

    Excellent!

    p.s. I too treat my CDs and vinyl well. Oddly, I've always been more likely to have trouble ripping a brand new CD, never played, just placed in drive to rip right out of the new...
  10. Re: Problem ripping to FLAC on a few CDs: Extremely faint vocals.

    I'm speaking of a normal rip of a CD. I'm not sure how the Karaoke DSP works. It must somehow use some sort of AI to try to eliminate voices. And I suppose we could say the same thing about other...
  11. Re: Optical Disc Drive Hardware Question related to CD Ripping

    Yes. Identical if ripped to FLAC. Doesn't matter whether it is Windows (any version), Mac, etc. Doesn't matter what sort of computer hardware or type of drive. If these things changed the zeros...
  12. Re: Optical Disc Drive Hardware Question related to CD Ripping

    Yes, when you rip a CD from a disk and create FLAC files, you have a bitperfect copy of the CD. Almost any optical drive will do a good job of this. That's the true benefit of dbpoweramp as a...
  13. Re: CD read errors and won't rip after a few tracks

    If two different drives exhibit this same error, I doubt it is the drives themselves. More likely something in your windows settings related to the drive that is blocking the reading of info from the...
  14. Re: Is there a limit of the number of mp3's that can be processed at one time?

    I assumed the OP has these 160k files in lots of different subfolders (e.g., ARTIST and ALBUM), but is selecting the top directory (and including all the lower subdirectories) in order to convert...
  15. Re: Is there a limit of the number of mp3's that can be processed at one time?

    It can process a lot, maybe even 160k. But my recollection is that it takes quite a while to start processing the files after you start processing. Are you giving it enough time to start. Try to...
  16. Re: dBpoweramp Uninstallation Question (Using Iobit Uninstaller for Program Removal)

    Yes, and of course the key to keeping one's music collection safe, is a good set of backups, preferable stored at more than one location and stored in a way that is not permanently connected to a...
  17. Re: dBpoweramp Uninstallation Question (Using Iobit Uninstaller for Program Removal)

    the short answer is no. And are you even converting to Monkey's Audio? (not that this changes my answer)
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    Re: Print list of corrupted files

    see this picture:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/3ly26ndlh6h4lxx/Capture.PNG?dl=0
  19. Re: Why the 'Uncompressed' Lossless Encoding level?

    Tim, No need to rerip. You can use dbpa to convert FLAC to FLAC (5), with the tags and naming copying over automatically. A few mouse clicks, run overnight and done! Because all is lossless, FLAC...
  20. Re: Why the 'Uncompressed' Lossless Encoding level?

    Even my 13 year old Squeezebox TRANSPORTER, which in the old days had trouble with FLAC files compressed at level 8, was perfectly OK with FLAC files at level 5 or 6. And even the level "8" problem...
  21. Re: Why the 'Uncompressed' Lossless Encoding level?

    I think Spoon added it to address the wishes of a small minority of OCD audiophiles who fell for the incorrect myths on the internet surrounding WAV vs FLAC files. WAV files are of course...
  22. Re: Ripping CD to FLAC: why is bit depth (format) 32-bit float?

    In windows, Locate one of these files, right click on it and select "properties", when the popup opens, select "Audio Properties" tab. About halfway down it will show Sample Rate (probably 44.1) and...
  23. Re: Ripping CD to FLAC: why is bit depth (format) 32-bit float?

    You are saying that when you look at the final ripped digital file, it reports as 32 bit? If so, something is wrong. Without using a DSP to convert the bit depth, dbpa rips a regular CD to 16/44.1. ...
  24. Re: Problem ripping to FLAC on a few CDs: Extremely faint vocals.

    A USB DAC would likely solve the problem. Something is wrong with the headphone jack (and these are not usually that great in the best of worlds). A USB DAC will not use the headphone jack at all and...
  25. Re: Problem ripping to FLAC on a few CDs: Extremely faint vocals.

    It is not uncommon for 1960s stereo mixes to be very extreme in terms of left and right channel separation. So you're probably noticing this on these 1960s albums because there is some sort of...
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