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Thread: How is Audio Extraction Log appending to a non-existent file??

  1. #1

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    How is Audio Extraction Log appending to a non-existent file??

    Using 16.2 on W10 64 Pro

    Each time I rip a CD, the log file (which is created in the target output CD folder) contains the log entries from prior rips (i.e. from log files which are stored in DIFFERENT folders). Same behavior if I delete a CD folder and re-rip: log file is re-created with all prior rips.

    I saw a similar post: https://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthr...ons-amp-Issues

    It seems that both Relayer56 and I are experience this problem when using Multi Encoder.
    Settings:
    Report Contents: Complete
    Write To File: Checked
    Log Filename: [rippedtopath]\Secure_Extraction_Log.txt
    Add To Information Log (shown after ripping): Checked


    Please advise--

  2. #2
    Da Man
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    Re: How is Audio Extraction Log appending to a non-existent file??

    If you restart CD Ripper, the same happens, the logs form rips prior to CD ripper being started are being written?

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