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Thread: Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

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    Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

    Is it possible to submit results to AccurateRip with dBpoweramp using macOS (OSX) ?

    If this is not possible, is this because of technical limitation on macOS or Apple hardware ?

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    Re: Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

    It is not supported, sorry.

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    Re: Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    It is not supported, sorry.
    Is there anything I can do to make it work on Apple/macOS ? :-)

    If not, I must buy hardware to run Windows. I'd really like to submit new CD releases to the AR database.

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    Re: Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

    The collection and submission code was never written on OSX so there is nothing you can do.

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    Re: Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

    Then I will use Windows instead.

    Thanks for your fast replies!

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    Re: Submit results to AccurateRip from macOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    The collection and submission code was never written on OSX so there is nothing you can do.
    Approximately half of the CDs I have already ripped (1000+) using XLD are not in the AccurateRip DB. Mac is *the* hardware used by professional musicians. Check any recording studio. Check any school of music.

    I'm certain that I am not the first person to rip most of these discs. It is just that Classical / art music recordings are being inserted into Macs, not PCs.

    The "collection and submission code" needs to be incorporated into a Mac application.

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