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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    Quote Originally Posted by shantiq View Post
    thanx for this

    all goes swimmingly up to

    when it does not show info in the last two boxes [label and serial] they are greyed out



    and therefore does not see tracks in DB

    Might be my version of Wine 1.3.28
    That shouldn't matter, I probably should of used a different screen. That info would only show if you set up the drive While an audio cd was in the drive. From then on it would show as you've posted if no audio cd was in the drive.

    If still having issues - 1st put an audio cd in the drive, then open winecfg, Highlight the D drive by clicking on the "D"
    Remove it, then set it up again as before.
    Last edited by mc4man; February 6th, 2012 at 04:03 PM.

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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    again thank you but something still not clicking here
    with the disc in the drive i still get this
    it does not see the tracks/disc

    db.jpg
    Last edited by shantiq; February 6th, 2012 at 05:52 PM.
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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    shantiq -
    Not sure why your difficulty - was on 12.04 but switched to 11.10 & tried again

    Without doing anything dB couldn't find a drive - screen 1

    Set up the /media/cdrom0 & fstab, restarted then added the drive in winecfg
    Didn't actually matter if I left the D on auto-detect or specified CD-ROM in advanced, after setting clicked apply, closed winecfg, inserted an audio cd.
    Then when re-opening winecfg, highlighting D & clicking on Advaced shows as in screen 2, it found the audio cd

    At that point dB works fine - screen 3

    ( the manual meta is quite cool - though iirc after the 21 day only freedb works? screen 4
    Hope you get it going - if dB used WNASPI32.DLL then this wouldn't be an issue, the prog. would access the drive directly without winecfg ala EAC, ImgBurn ect.

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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    thank you for your help
    as usual with me a basic mistake
    for reasons best known to the spazz aspect of my illogical mind

    i had entered

    Code:
    #  /dev/sr0   /media/cdrom0   udf,iso9660  user,noauto,exec   0 0
    instead of

    Code:
    /dev/sr0   /media/cdrom0   udf,iso9660  user,noauto,exec   0 0

    and of course nothing else could work


    thank you for your patience. No doubt it will help others too

    PS
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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    shantiq - glad your back in business

    (saatchionline is an interesting place

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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    Amen to Electric Ladyland.

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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    A little fool around with dB

    Adding either the cd ripper or converter to unity panel
    (can be done as 1 icon - adding one or the other as a quicklist but for the moment as separate

    To add the converter - assumes ~/.local/share/applications exists - to check/create if not there
    Code:
    mkdir -p ~/.local/share/applications
    Code:
    gedit ~/.local/share/applications/musicconverter.desktop
    C&P this in, save, the "Name=" can be whatever you wish, if different icon then full path
    The Path= line is maybe not needed,if leaving change red to your username
    Code:
    [Desktop Entry]
    Name=dBpowerAmp Music Converter
    Exec=wine "C:\Program Files\Illustrate\dBpoweramp\MusicConverter.exe" 
    Type=Application
    StartupNotify=true
    Path=/home/doug/.wine/dosdevices/c:/Program Files/Illustrate/dBpoweramp
    Icon=8939_MusicConverter.0
    Then open the folder & drag the .desktop on to unity launcher
    Code:
    nautilus ~/.local/share/applications
    (I've tried adding a mimetype= line for DnD of files - doesn't quite work, may be able to figure out may not


    To add the cd ripper
    Code:
    gedit ~/.local/share/applications/dbpoweramp.desktop
    add this -
    Code:
    [Desktop Entry]
    Name=dBpowerAmp Cd Ripper
    Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/doug/.wine" wine C:\\\\Program\\ Files\\\\Illustrate\\\\dBpoweramp\\\\CDGrab.exe %U
    Type=Application
    StartupNotify=true
    Path=/home/doug/.wine/dosdevices/c:/Program Files/Illustrate/dBpoweramp
    Icon=B941_CDGrab.0
    MimeType=x-content/audio-cdda;
    Same deal as above, drag on to launcher

    To use the ripper as auto run on cd insertion on 11.10/12.04
    Do a log out/in after above
    Open System Setting > Removable media > Cd audio > other application, you should see it there, select - screen

    If not there
    Code:
    gedit ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list
    In the [Default Applications] section add or edit to this line
    Code:
    x-content/audio-cdda=dbpoweramp.desktop
    You should also add to same line in the [Added Associations] section
    if line is there the append to end -
    Ex
    x-content/audio-cdda=vlc-cd.desktop;dbpoweramp.desktop;
    Or if no line then just add
    Code:
    x-content/audio-cdda=dbpoweramp.desktop;
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    Last edited by mc4man; February 7th, 2012 at 06:30 PM. Reason: RED

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    Re: Changing meta data on wav files.

    ok one more question since i trip up at every step

    and the answer here might simply be because you have gone over 21 days ; but it might not be so i shall ask


    i do not get connection to tagging here Screenshot at 2012-02-08 09:57:32.jpgrefreshing changes nowt


    and if i go to configuration it shows i have not got a connectiondBpoweramp Configuration_003.pngno address no port


    how can i remedy that if at all possible?
    Last edited by shantiq; February 8th, 2012 at 11:11 AM.
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