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Thread: Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

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    Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

    When I boot it up, it asks for local file permissions, but does not seem to see the NAS. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

    Sorry, what is asking for permissions? you are using Windows and cannot browse your nas?

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    Re: Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

    On the main screen for DBpoweramp, it has four options, the first being batch converter. When I initially clicked on this, the program asked for permission to access the computer hard drive. Once I said yes, these were listed in the left hand column. Is there a way to then search for files on the network attached storage device where most of my music resides? I'm using Mac OS and have a Synology NAS.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by YukonCornelius; 09-12-2020 at 05:24 PM.

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    Re: Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

    You would have to mount the network share so all programs on the OS can see the drive, to do so:

    https://osxdaily.com/2010/09/20/map-...etwork%20drive

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    Re: Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

    Thanks. That link 404'd. Can I just google "mount network share drive on Mac OS"?

    Thanks again!

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    Re: Can the batch converter work its magic on a NAS?

    Yes

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