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    Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    Hello,

    Now when I have done all the work with metadata configuration and so on I would like to start ripping a big pile of CDs.
    Is there a option that when program is open so I can just get new cd in and it starts automatically to rip it?

    In this I could only have the program running in backround and change the CDs after each other.

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    Re: Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    Batch Ripper offers this with the command line option: --autorip

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    Re: Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    I have just started to try the autorip option.
    I have configure the drive and untick the option for no meta data.
    however the batch ripper tries to find the meta data and then ends the batch.
    This is for a single drive on Windows 10, I have reference 17.3 installed.

    Can you advise please

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    Re: Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    You want no metadata lookup?

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    Re: Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    I do, just turned it off when testing.
    batch ripper said fetching meta data, but then cancelled by user.
    I didn't cancel.
    ran the command line from a batch file with the --autorip option at the end of the path to the exe file.
    Command prompt window opens sits there and the batch ripper program opens, it sees the disk the cancels the rip.

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    Re: Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    Try a different cd straight after the reject.

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    Re: Automatic start for CD Ripping?

    Tried that just now and still did not work.
    i unconfigured the drive and reconfigured it, ticked the box to eject if no meta data was found.
    Ran the batch file but started it when i already had a disc in the drive, this then started ripping.
    put a second disc in and that ripped as well.

    Thanks for responding to my query.

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