Why are the tracks mixed up if ripped?

vbimport

#1

dear everyone,

I have been ripping audio cds for my students. It was going fine. Suddenly I found out that I know more get one folder with all my tracks.I find so many folders and in every folder there are some tracks.
What caused thsi trouble?


#2

Hi Ikaz

Welcome to cdfreaks.

[U]You need to give us a little more info:[/U]
What software are you using to rip these CDs?
Are you attempting to make copies of the CDs?..I mean, to burn CDs to give to the students?
Have you changed the software…
What brand of CDs?..Have you changed the brand?
Computer specs?
Has it been successful before?
Could you explain again exactly what problem you have now?

Cheers
D


#3

What software are you using to rip these CDs? Windows media player
Are you attempting to make copies of the CDs?..I mean, to burn CDs to give to the students? YES
Have you changed the software…No
What brand of CDs?..Audio sound cds.

.Have you changed the brand?
Computer specs? What do you mean? It is Hp if this is what you ask about.
Has it been successful before? Yes
Could you explain again exactly what problem you have now?

Ok-- I insert Audio Cd. Then I double click on the drive wich is in ‘My computer’. The Cd opens with Windows media player and then i go to RIp and i start ripping. When I’m done I go to My Music and i findmy unknown artist folder. I openit. Inside I find a lot of folders—every folder has some ofthe tracks which the original Cd has,


#4

Hi,

use CDex for audio CD ripping instead of WMP.

Michael


#5

Where can I get Cdex?


#6

Google “cdex”…


#7

olyteddy

I know that I can google it. But I’m asking about a trustful site.


#8

[quote=ilkaz;2123580]
I know that I can google it. But I’m asking about a trustful site.[/quote]http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/


#9

I’ve always been partial to Exact Audio Copy.

http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/