Thread: Windows Media Player Problem.
May 24th, 2010, 02:10 PM #1
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Windows Media Player Problem.
Ive been trying to Rip all my CD's to just ONE area (im a DJ and the program I use I get the music from my laptop documents), but anytime I try and RIP it WMP is so stubborn it only organizes them into 'Unknown Artist' list. So when I try and retrieve the songs on some other program, I only see them by the original CD's they were from and I have waaaaay to many tabs that way.
Now I know you can change the 'Contributing Artist', but if your not in WMP it automatically reorders all the songs by whatever CD you Ripped them from.
Sooo basically im wondering how you just rid of 'Album Art' n 'Unknown Artist' Tabs from doing the list all together. And just get one list that are only organized by the Artist.
(im running windows 7, i tried to find out which WMP I have but it only says 'Windows Media Player' anywhere I look.
Thanks In Advance for any help, I have a gig tonight...and WMP is going to make it almost impossible to find any songs!!!
May 26th, 2010, 02:00 PM #2
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- Frederick, MD
I prefer not to use Windows media for anything, use NERO or anything but WMP. If you get the money, I suggest investing in a Macbook for a program called Garageband, since you are a DJ, that program would help you out immensely.
May 26th, 2010, 02:06 PM #3
Have you put in the information before or while its ripping?Verizon FiOS Tier 2 Technical Support
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May 26th, 2010, 02:47 PM #4
tag and rename might allow you to do what you want?
Mp3 tag editor Tag&Rename - edit tag in mp3, wma, mp4 files, automatic amazon and freedb import
or maybe using wmp
tools-options-library - check the box for "rename using rip settings"
then on the rip music tab - file name - check only the items you want included...?
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