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Sounds like a formating issue. Itunes takes mp4's only. A PC usually works with mp3's or other formats. See if the software you are using offers you to record them into an mp4 format and that should fix it for you. If it will not let you record in mp4, you can download a simple device that can convert them. Honestly I thought ITunes converted them already, may be a setting in ITunes to convert as well! Good Luck, let me know if that isn't the issue.
The software is not 'seeing' the gap between the tracks, so it does not know the song has ended. Untick 'split recording into tracks' box, then sit with it as it records and click on new track every time a song ends. Tedious, but it works.
You can record the entire album, both sides without having to press next. When the entire album has been recorded then press next, you will a dialog box that allows you to name the album and songs. Make sure you have the most up to date software from the ION website- that is if you have an ION turntable. Go to ION website and locate your turntable- software will be on that page. Run it and it should correct any problems.
I've had exactly the same problem, and so far no resolution from Ion. A small bit of good news: the .wav files are on the hard drive, although without any track info. At least on Vista, they are in username/AppData/Local/Temp. The files are name Temp0, Temp1, Temp 2, ...
You can use iTunes to add these files (File/add file) and then convert them to .mp3s, or whatever format you prefer. Or you could convert them first using the tool of your choice, such as Audiograbber.
This is inconvenient, but a lot better than re-ripping the vinyl after EZVinyl hangs.
Try setting the recordsettings of ur soundcard to "record what you hear". This way it will record ALL the sounds that are produced in windows. Warning: this also means that it could record an windows systemsound as well.