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document 922: Skips and pops are in my ripped tracks!
Older CD drives (readers) do not have the ability to seek properly to a position on a CD and, thus, if they get out of sync, it will produce a pop in the audio. Here are some things to try. * Make sure the CD is clean and does not have scratches on it. (It may be permanently damaged and there may...
24 Apr, 2008
document 923: The software won't read one of my audio CDs and I can't rip it!
If you can rip or copy some audio CDs, but there is one that isn't working, it may be dirty or scratched. (This is especially true if the CD drive is blinking continuously.) Sometimes you can simply put it under water and scrub it with your hand. Make sure to not scratch it. Then dry it with a...
19 Jun, 2008
document 924: The software can not seem to access the remote Free DB.
Windows XP has a built in firewall which may be disallowing the software to look up the CD information. (XP Service Pack 2 has a built in Firewall)1. Open the Window"s Security control panel by clicking the Window"s Start button, followed by clicking "Control Panel". 2. Double click the...
24 Apr, 2008
document 925: How can I stop the software from dialing up the Internet when a new CD is inserted?
When an unknown CD is put a CD drive, Acoustica MP3 CD Burner attempts to look it up on FREEDB.ORG to get the track information. To disable this, click the Preference item from File menu, then select "Remote Database" and uncheck the "Automatically get album info" (If you would like to lookup the...
19 Jun, 2008
document 926: How do I copy a music CD?
Acoustica MP3 CD Burner is designed to rip or import select MP3 tracks and burn custom music CDs. You can copy music CDs by loading a music CD in a CD drive, clicking the "Rip Tracks" button (or Ctrl+R) and then clicking Ctrl+B to burn the audio CD. (The main problem that might result is that if...
16 Apr, 2008
document 927: How do I rip an MP3 CD?
You don't need to rip MP3 CDs. Unlike audio CDs, MP3 CDs are just plain old data CDs. You can simply use Windows Explorer to browse to your CD drive, open it and copy the MP3 files over to your computer's hard drive. To run Explorer, click on the Windows Start menu, select Run and type in...
19 Jun, 2008