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Thread: Batch converter target directory

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    Batch converter target directory

    The batch converter always writes to the source directory no matter what choice I make between the 4 output possibilities:
    - Edit dynamic naming
    - Existing source folder(s)
    - Single folder
    - Preserve Source path

    What sholud I do to get the orginal path on an other location e.g.

    The source is \\DS216\Muziek\CL - Alessandro Marcello\6 Concierti La Cetra
    The output for the MP3 file should be D\Muziek\CL - Alessandro Marcello\6 Concierti La Cetra

    Note Muziek is Dutch for Music

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    Re: Batch converter target directory

    It is possible that music converter is not saving its configuration. As a Test open converter, change the encoder to 'Apple Lossless', then click cancel. Then reload the converter, is the encoder remembered as Apple Lossless?

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    Re: Batch converter target directory

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    It is possible that music converter is not saving its configuration. As a Test open converter, change the encoder to 'Apple Lossless', then click cancel. Then reload the converter, is the encoder remembered as Apple Lossless?
    Thanks vor your response

    I checked if the program saved the settings and discovered that this is not the case. What should I do?
    My idea is to uninstall the program and after this install it again.

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    Re: Batch converter target directory

    Something on your system (perhaps security software) is stopping dBpoweramp from saving to the registry.

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