Using Audio Grabber.
Insert the CD
Choose CD / Store CD in Database Now
Open discs.txt in audiograbber root folder
Edit file, cut and paste track list with edits to numbering (starts at 0 not 1)
Save discs.txt file
Choose Refresh Option in Audio Grabber
It works, but it is slow. It will take awhile to do all the discs. If anyone else has a better solution, let me know.
I have about 800 bootleg live concert CDs by various artists, but mostly by one artist. I'd like to transfer them all to mp3 or wma format.
I have all the setlist information in an Access database and it is also available in a .txt format online at the artist's site.
The disks are not recognized by Freedb or CDDB.
The question is, how to get the setlist into the ripper (probably Audio Grabber or CDex or other)so that when it rips the CD and creates the files they will be labeled and tagged correctly?
I am not opposed to using a utility or a two step process of CD to wav to mp3 or wma.
I just don't want to have to cut and paste each track individually.
Ideally being able to choose or extract from the database or a flat file would be best, but creating individual txt files to import would work (slowly) as well.