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    "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    I am trying to convert a large file of albums/songs. When I click on the file, they load OK into the right screen but when I click "check all" the program immediately goes into non-responding" mode. Using a Win 7 PC. Thanks for any help.

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    You mean in Batch Converter? try putting a tick mark in the folder rather than selecting the files.

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Yes, the batch converter, sorry.
    If I click on the folder name on the left with the files, it loads the files in the right screen.
    But then if I click on the check box of the folder on the left, it shows a left pointing green arrow but it shows "0 files" when I try to convert.
    If I then right click on a file on the right and click "check all" it goes to "non-responding"
    If I first click on the folder check box on the left , it goes to "non-responding"

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Follow up to my post.
    I have tried many variations to try and get the Batch Converter to work.
    Everytime it crashes -"Not Responding". I have spent 9 months ripping my CD's and now I am unable to convert the flac files and I am very disappointed and frustrated. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
    Bill

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Please upload a screen shot after you have clicked on the folder (the square box).

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    How many files do you have in that folder?

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    About 22,000 songs/files. I did make a smaller folder with about 500 and it did the same thing. It will work with one album's worth but I have 1600 albums to convert and the thought of making a separate folder for each is mindboggling.
    Thanks again for your help.

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Put all the files in a sub folder, so you have:

    Working Flac Files\Another Folder

    Then only check the square box for Working FLAC Files, that way the files will not be examined until conversion (when you click Convert).

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Thanks so much, it looks like it is going to convert. Before I begin, I want the album art to go with the flac to aiff conversion. Do I need to use any of the DSP settings? I see where there is an "export album art to" and "import album art to" under ID Tag Processing. Sorry I am a beginner. Appreciate your help.

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Your art is folder.jpg or embedded in the tags?

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Yes, album art shows in the ID tags. I assume then that I am good to go?
    No more questions after this, I promise. Thanks again!

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    If it is embedded there is nothing to do, if it is folder.jpg then install R7 of the DSP Effects (in the beta section of this forum, currently), it has a preserve folder.jpg option.

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    Re: "Check all" program goes to "non-responding"

    Thanks,
    Project complete.
    FWIW, and it may just be my setup, but when I converted the flac to aiff library via firewire, there were dropouts and glitches (noise/unrelated brief music insertions) in the resulting songs. When I converted a second time using USB, there were no dropouts or problems.
    Thanks again for all of your help.

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