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Thread: Using CD ripper for WAV files from SD Card ?

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    Using CD ripper for WAV files from SD Card ?

    Hello,

    this is my first post here. Probably my question was already answered in this forum, but my search was not successful, so I have to ask again: I use Cd Ripper for over 9 years to rip and tag my collection of classical CD's and my enthusiasm for both quality and possibilities is unchanged. Now I would like to ad own recordings of classical music, which are stored as wav.files in CD-Quality (16/44.1) on sd cards.
    Unfortunately I can't choose a sd drive in CD Ripper, even if the file type is the same as on CD.
    I would like to convert my recordings into FLAC/ALAC and tag them individually/manually as I do with CD's, so that streaming over network is possible in the same way as with my CD's.

    How could I do that? My attempts to use the Converter for that was useless too.

    Thank you very much!!

    Best regards from Germany !

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    Re: Using CD ripper for WAV files from SD Card ?

    CD Ripper only reads audio CDs (CD-DA).

    You can batch convert your sd-card wav files to flac and then tag them manually using Edit ID-Tag, the dBpoweramp tag editor that is integrated into File Explorer.

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    Re: Using CD ripper for WAV files from SD Card ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepassistant View Post
    My attempts to use the Converter for that was useless too.
    dBpoweramp Batch Converter

    Viel Glück!

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    Re: Using CD ripper for WAV files from SD Card ?

    Dear mville, thank you very much for your help !

    Best regards

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