Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I can ripp tracks to the MP3 from CD no problem. The only trouble all the tracks are unidentified and called track01, track02 etc, so all they do is overwrite the existing tracks on the MP3 when ripp the next cd. When the CD is loaded on my lap top the tracks are not named?
You need to edit the tag information before you transfer them to the MP3 player.
You can right click on the track and select rename or, Properties>Summary Tab and then make the changes then transfer to the device.
If you are using Windows Media Player to RIP the tracks, there is an option to "GET CD INFO" from the internet to save you a few steps.
Best of Luck.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
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