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Thread: Rip to an iTunes playlist

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    Rip to an iTunes playlist

    I've used XLD for years, somebody suggested I try DBPA, for whatever reason I think the output sounds better using DBPA, I rip to Wav with both products
    Any XLD has an option rip to playlist, I just name it aa, and rename afterwards, I have looked and cant seem to find the playlist feature, I plan to purchase this tool, having the playlist option would make it even better
    Thanks

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    Re: Rip to an iTunes playlist

    There should be a Playlist writer DSP effect.

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    Re: Rip to an iTunes playlist

    I think I know my problem, I am running DBPA on my iMac sending files to my MacMini, thus I cant access my iTunes on my macmini
    I will have to upgrade the OS on the mini in order for DBPA to run on it, not sure I want to upgrade the Mini however

    Thank you

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    Re: Rip to an iTunes playlist

    Quote Originally Posted by fridays View Post
    I think I know my problem, I am running DBPA on my iMac sending files to my MacMini, thus I cant access my iTunes on my macmini
    I will have to upgrade the OS on the mini in order for DBPA to run on it, not sure I want to upgrade the Mini however

    Thank you
    I don't think that's your problem. Use the DSP to write a playlist file on the machine running dbpa. Then copy that playlist file over to the machine running itunes and import the playlist into itunes.

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    Re: Rip to an iTunes playlist

    Thank you I'll try that in the morning

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    Re: Rip to an iTunes playlist

    will try this

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