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    Re: Support for Apple's M1 Processor

    Damn! That was fast!
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    Support for Apple's M1 Processor

    Yes, I know it's only been 3 days since the announcement, but I am curious what we can expect from dBPowerAmp and support for the Apple M1 processor.
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    Re: Can't change cover art on MacOS X

    I figured it out. Ignore me.
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    Can't change cover art on MacOS X

    dBpoweramp 17.2
    MacOS X: 10.15.7

    I'm trying to rip a copy of Genesis - Genesis.

    I pop the CD in, it detects the CD tags properly and loads 1000x1000 cover art image. I click on the little 3...
  5. How well does dbPowerAmp handle SATA drives connected by a SATA to USB adapter?

    I set this up yesterday and my results have been hit or miss. My current setup is:

    This USB to SATA adapter: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MVRS38G

    This drive: TSSTcorp - CDDVDW SH-S223C...
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    Re: TSSTcorp - CDDVDW SH-S223C

    So, I gotta ask... Why? Feel free to get super geeky.
  7. Changing a drive's offset after setting it on Mac

    I'm experimenting with different drive offsets, since my drive is not in the AccurateRip database. The problem is, once I set the drive offset manually, there is no way to change it that I can find,...
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    Re: TSSTcorp - CDDVDW SH-S223C

    And, is there a way I can calculate the offset of the exact drive that I have?
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    Re: TSSTcorp - CDDVDW SH-S223C

    How important is setting the offset to getting an accurate rip?
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    TSSTcorp - CDDVDW SH-S223C

    I have a TSSTcorp - CDDVDW SH-S223C drive that I hooked up to my Mac mini using a USB to SATA adapter. I am trying to find the offset of the drive. When I look in the AccurateRip database it says...
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