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    unattended ripping process

    Dear Support Team,

    we are using an unattended roon server based on Windows10 for our music.
    All use cases are controlled via the roon app on our iPad, no need for monitor, keyboard or mouse.

    We want to add an unattended cd ripping feature.
    Our idea was that a program is started with windows and monitors the cd rom drive.
    After inserting a CD its starts the ripping process and after completing it ejects the cd.

    So we installed dMC-R16.1-Ref-Registered, PerfectTUNES-Registered and the dBpoweramp-Batch-Ripper.

    But unfortunately this is not our solution,
    because we have to click the rip button to start the ripping process.

    Is there any way to get an unattended ripping process without any user interaction with mouse or keyboard?

    Best regards

    Markus

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    Re: unattended ripping process

    We no longer have a product which can do this, sorry.

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    Re: unattended ripping process

    Quote Originally Posted by Markus Flöter View Post
    Our idea was that a program is started with windows and monitors the cd rom drive.
    After inserting a CD its starts the ripping process and after completing it ejects the cd.

    So we installed dMC-R16.1-Ref-Registered, PerfectTUNES-Registered and the dBpoweramp-Batch-Ripper.

    But unfortunately this is not our solution,
    because we have to click the rip button to start the ripping process.

    Is there any way to get an unattended ripping process without any user interaction with mouse or keyboard?
    Take a look at AutoHotKey, no guarantees, it may be possible to write a script to automate the process.

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