Difference between revisions of "Audio in WinNc"

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== Rip Audio CD Settings ==
 
== Rip Audio CD Settings ==
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'''MP3 Settings'''
 
'''MP3 Settings'''
  
Sample Rate
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*Sample Rate: Lets you adjust the sample rate  
Lets you adjust the sample rate  
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BitRate
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*BitRate: Lets you adjust the bit rate
Lets you adjust the bit rate
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Max Bitrate
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*Max Bitrate: Adjust this for max VBR bitrate
Adjust this for max VBR bitrate
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Mode
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*Mode: Select mono or stereo
Select mono or stereo
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Quality
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*Quality: Selects the quality of the mp3 (higher quality means you will experience longer render times)
Selects the quality of the mp3 (higher quality means you will experience longer render times)
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MPEG Layer
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*MPEG Layer: Select mono or stereo
Select mono or stereo
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Copyright
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*Copyright: Turns the copyright function on
Turns the copyright function on
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Original
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*Original: Select to give the MP3 an original tag
Select to give the MP3 an original tag
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CRC
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*CRC: Checks the integrity
Checks the integrity
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Private
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*Private: Select to give the MP3 an private tag
Select to give the MP3 an private tag
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Variable Bitrate
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*Variable Bitrate (VBR): With VBR you can create MP3 files that will e.g. compress silent and easily compressable audio to a smaller file when possible.
  
VBR
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*Write VBR Header: Write a VBR Header
With VBR you can create MP3 files that will e.g. compress silent and easily compressable audio to a smaller file when possible.
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Write VBR Header
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*VBR Quality: Adjust the quality
Write a VBR Header
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VBR Quality
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Adjust the quality
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WinNc can rip (extract) audio cd and encode them to WAV or directly to MP3. To rip a cd place the audio cd in one of your drives, open the cd drive in WinNc and copy the .cda files to the directory you want the MP3 to be stored in. WinNc will confirm that you want to RIP the selected files. You can use the default settings below (recommended) or adjust the settings as you like.  
 
WinNc can rip (extract) audio cd and encode them to WAV or directly to MP3. To rip a cd place the audio cd in one of your drives, open the cd drive in WinNc and copy the .cda files to the directory you want the MP3 to be stored in. WinNc will confirm that you want to RIP the selected files. You can use the default settings below (recommended) or adjust the settings as you like.  
 
== Rip Audio CD Settings ==
 
 
MP3 Settings
 
 
Sample Rate
 
Lets you adjust the sample rate
 
 
BitRate
 
Lets you adjust the bit rate
 
 
Max Bitrate
 
Adjust this for max VBR bitrate
 
 
Mode
 
Select mono or stereo
 
 
Quality
 
Selects the quality of the mp3 (higher quality means you will experience longer render times)
 
 
MPEG Layer
 
Select mono or stereo
 
 
Copyright
 
Turns the copyright function on
 
 
Original
 
Select to give the MP3 an original tag
 
 
CRC
 
Checks the integrity
 
 
Private
 
Select to give the MP3 an private tag
 
 
Variable Bitrate
 
 
VBR
 
With VBR you can create MP3 files that will e.g. compress silent and easily compressable audio to a smaller file when possible.
 
 
Write VBR Header
 
Write a VBR Header
 
 
VBR Quality
 
Adjust the quality
 
  
  

Latest revision as of 06:07, 10 November 2011

Play Audio in WinNc

Audio viewer winnc.png

Keyboard shortcuts in the Audio viewer

  • CTRL + Arrow right: Fast forward in song
  • CTRL + Arrow left: Fast backward in song
  • CTRL + Arrow up: Volume up in audio viewer
  • CTRL + Arrow down: Volume down in audio viewer
  • Arrow right: Next song
  • Arrow left: Previous song
  • ESC: Quit


Rip Audio CD Settings

MP3 Settings

  • Sample Rate: Lets you adjust the sample rate
  • BitRate: Lets you adjust the bit rate
  • Max Bitrate: Adjust this for max VBR bitrate
  • Mode: Select mono or stereo
  • Quality: Selects the quality of the mp3 (higher quality means you will experience longer render times)
  • MPEG Layer: Select mono or stereo
  • Copyright: Turns the copyright function on
  • Original: Select to give the MP3 an original tag
  • CRC: Checks the integrity
  • Private: Select to give the MP3 an private tag
  • Variable Bitrate (VBR): With VBR you can create MP3 files that will e.g. compress silent and easily compressable audio to a smaller file when possible.
  • Write VBR Header: Write a VBR Header
  • VBR Quality: Adjust the quality


Extract CD to mp3

WinNc can rip (extract) audio cd and encode them to WAV or directly to MP3. To rip a cd place the audio cd in one of your drives, open the cd drive in WinNc and copy the .cda files to the directory you want the MP3 to be stored in. WinNc will confirm that you want to RIP the selected files. You can use the default settings below (recommended) or adjust the settings as you like.


Extraction settings

Extract to MP3 If you turn the MP3 of, the cd-rip function will extract the files to WAV.

Read cd content from CDDB CDDB is a service that will name your ripped files as a songnumber. This information is stored on an internet server.

CD Database Selects the CDDB servername on the internet and the port.