Can't rip in mp3 format

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Goodnight
2011-12-15
2012-10-09
  • Goodnight
    Goodnight
    2011-12-15

    Hello,

    atunes is a formidable software for managing and playing my CD-theque. Many
    thanks for this application. Unfortunately, when I buy a new CD I would like
    to be able to store it as mp3 tracks on my HD, but it doesn't work. When I
    call the function "Import a CD" from the tools menu, I only have the
    possibility to import in the WAV format.
    I took a look in some other topics but didn't found an answer.
    I'm running atunes 2.1.0 on Win XP SP3 with JRE 1.6.0_29 (JRE 1.6.0_22 is also
    active). Sorry I didn't reach to localize the log file (as I found in other
    topics ; could you indicate me in wich directory to find it).
    I also found the converters exe (cdda2wav.exe; flac.exe; lame.exe and
    oggenc.exe) in the "C:\Program Files\aTunes\win_tools" directory. So, I guess
    there is probably a configuration file missing or wrong but I'm not
    informatician and don't know anything about java language programmation.
    I also tried the new snapshot 2.2.0 of atune but it did not resolve the
    problem.
    Is there somone that could help me?
    Thanks in advance for your help.
    Kind regards
    Marc

     
  • fleax
    fleax
    2011-12-19

    Hi,

    import CD feature is broken currently, I'll fix it as soon as possible.

    About log file, it's in C:\Documents and settings\your_user\App Data\aTunes.
    Also you can view it directly from aTunes in "Help" menu, "Show log messages".

     
  • Goodnight
    Goodnight
    2011-12-19

    Hi Fleax,

    Thank you very much for this information. I tried to found the "C:\Documents
    and settings\your_user\App Data\aTunes" directory on my computer but this
    directory does not exist. On my XP SP3 (French version), I have the following
    directory:
    "C:\Documents and Settings\your_user\Application Data" (doesn't contain any
    aTunes directory. I also have a directory called "C:\Documents and
    Settings\your_user\Local Settings\Application Data\" but it also doesn't
    contain a "aTunes" directory.
    In fact, my only "aTunes" directory is located in "C:\Program Files".

    Maybe, this information can help to resolve some configuration problems. Any
    way I will continue to use aTunes and hope that developpers will soon find the
    solution to the encoding problem.

    Kind regards,

     

  • Anonymous
    2012-02-05

    Also very thankful for aTunes and also eagerly awaiting that fix. :-)

     
  • Goodnight
    Goodnight
    2012-02-09

    Hi Fleax,

    Thank you for this update.

    Kind regards.

    Marc