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ULEAD BURN.NOW USER GUIDE 35

Output folder Displays the location of the ripped audio files. Click Browse to locate a folder where the ripped audio files will be saved.

File type Specifies the output format for the ripped audio files. Quality Specifies the output quality of the ripped audio files.

Options Opens a dialog box where you can specify additional settings for the selected audio encoding format. This option is enabled when User-defined is selected in Quality.

File naming rule Specifies how the ripped audio files will be named. Information Displays additional information about the selected encoding format. Add to project after ripping Adds the ripped files to your project in Burn.Now. Rip Copies and saves all selected audio files from the list to your output folder.

To rip files from an Audio CD: 1. Insert an Audio CD into your CD-ROM drive.

2. Select Tools: Rip CD Audio, or click

on the Toolbar.

  • 3.

    In the Rip CD Audio dialog box, the track information of all your CD files are displayed. Keep the checkbox(es) of the track(s) that you want to rip selected. Clear the checkbox(es) of the track(s) that you do not want to rip. Press [Ctrl] or [Shift] to select or deselect multiple files or checkboxes.

  • 4.

    Browse for the folder where the audio file(s) will be stored.

Tip: You can click

to play a selected track or click

and select

Show File Info to view the properties of selected tracks. For details on how to get CD info, see “CD and file info”.

Note: You can select a track and click the title to rename it. You can also click metadata information on the list to modify them.

  • 5.

    Specify the audio encoding format for the audio files in File type.

  • 6.

    Select the output quality from Quality.

  • 7.

    Select how the ripped audio files will be named in File naming rule.

  • 8.

    Click Rip to start ripping the audio tracks. Tip: To add the ripped tracks to the Disc Layout Window of your project in Burn.Now, select after ripping.

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