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Thread: Slow ripping in Batch converter

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    Slow ripping in Batch converter

    I have a nice new Nimbie, when I ripp in a single form in the computer drive with cd ripper it goes perfect and fast ( flac to NAS) but with the automated nimbie drive ( batch converter) it goes extremely slow ( x 2,5) and every cd takes 16 minutes average to be ripped. I have amusic collection around 2800...and something is wrong . May I uninstall dbpower amp and nimbie controller and start again? or there is a trick. I have readen post in the forum but I found no solution . Thank you for some help. ( sorry for my English)

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    Try using CD ripper and select the nimbie, manually load the CD (you can just reach the eject button), then experiment with settings in CD ripper, try Burst ripping first, rip also to a local hdd.

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Try using CD ripper and select the nimbie, manually load the CD (you can just reach the eject button), then experiment with settings in CD ripper, try Burst ripping first, rip also to a local hdd.
    Thank you I would try it in two hours and will came back.

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    Quote Originally Posted by miquelm View Post
    Thank you I would try it in two hours and will came back.
    I have done and it is working better , starts at 2,3x and finished at 30x... between 3,5 and 6 minutes, but not accurated. It seems the problem is on the Batch ripper?

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    In the tech data of the cd drive ( nimbie, PioneerDVR220L) is buffer size 1.5Mb is this correct? How to change it to have more capacity?

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    It is possible you have a secure option set which is not working well with this drive, such as C2 pointers which perhaps should be off.

    What ever settings you find work well, click Edit Profile in Batch Ripper to set them on the CD ripper which Batch ripper will use.

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    How to change C2 pointers? and the buffer size is OK at 1,5 Mb ?How to change it?

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    The buffer data size means nothing for Audio CD Ripping.

    C2 pointers would be on the secure settings page, they should be unchecked.

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    Re: Slow ripping in Batch converter

    Thank you Spoon, I will try it when I come home

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