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Post by StevAlex » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:16 pm

The current option is to Eject after BURNING

This means it IGNORES this Mode when ripping.

I suggest making the Option multi so it can be after burning AND ripping. This function worked fine in WinAmp. I want to enable it when I am ripping many CDs. If I do one here and there I would disable it.



(On a positive note, so far I really love the way this program works.) I wish I could get some info on why one CD rip is 20X and the next one is 6X I wish I new something to keep it fast. I tried a 10 second speed up - no effect

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Re: Eject

Post by poiko » Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:32 pm

StevAlex wrote: Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:16 pm The current option is to Eject after BURNING

This means it IGNORES this Mode when ripping.

I suggest making the Option multi so it can be after burning AND ripping. This function worked fine in WinAmp. I want to enable it when I am ripping many CDs. If I do one here and there I would disable it.



(On a positive note, so far I really love the way this program works.) I wish I could get some info on why one CD rip is 20X and the next one is 6X I wish I new something to keep it fast. I tried a 10 second speed up - no effect
There is Eject option for the ripper:

https://www.poikosoft.com/help/settings-audio-cd-ripper

And burner:

https://www.poikosoft.com/help/settings-disc-burner

The speed is about disc condition. If the CD is not straight or balanced then the speed is slower.

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