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Thread: Access database for workflow

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    Lightbulb Access database for workflow

    It looks like dbPoweramp is maintaining a database of tracks/albums that I have ripped - is there some way to access that so that I can use it to manage my workflow - i.e. know which CD's I have ripped, know how the rip went so that I can come back and re-rip ones that didn't accurately rip at a later time, access my own star ratings for the tracks and add any other kind of status or control tags that I could use (e.g. add a tag for if I have added the album to iTunes with a default value of no).

    Maybe there is something there but it wasn't obvious

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    Re: Access database for workflow

    If does not maintain a database of all the tracks, only the last 10 discs.

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    Re: Access database for workflow

    Thanks for such a speedy reply & that explains what I had seen and why I can't access the database :o

    On that basis, I guess my request is for a new feature so belongs as a wishlist?

    I'm seeing the development of the Asset product and pretty impressed - have made a note on that in a separate forum, any chance that you would integrate these products so that music ripped in dbPoweramp would automatically be stored in the Asset library?

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    Re: Access database for workflow

    Asset will pick up any changes automatically.

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    Re: Access database for workflow

    I have been asking spoon to add a database to the ripper for some time to avoid re-ripping discs that have already been ripped accurately or only re-rip tracks that where previously in-accurate.

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