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I am new to this forum. I got my new TLX 4 cyl Tech one month ago. I am a new Acura owner and getting used to all the technology. I got used to using most of the features, which I am not sure they are very intuitive, but I got it.
What I am not getting is how to add names of albums in HDD (as I am burning home made CDs). I can edit a track or an artist, but not the name of the album (if I just want to know which album it is). Also, I am not sure of the capacity.
Maybe I burned 10 albums...and that is it? If so, how do I delete and put the albums that I want. I had the fantasy that I could burn my entire CD collection! But obviously there is a limit. Just do not know what is the capacity.

So: how do I delete in HDD; how do I add the name of an album; and what is the capacity? Any help will be appreciated!
 

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Welcome to the Forum!

I am new to this forum. I got my new TLX 4 cyl Tech one month ago. I am a new Acura owner and getting used to all the technology. I got used to using most of the features, which I am not sure they are very intuitive, but I got it.
What I am not getting is how to add names of albums in HDD (as I am burning home made CDs). I can edit a track or an artist, but not the name of the album (if I just want to know which album it is). Also, I am not sure of the capacity.
Maybe I burned 10 albums...and that is it? If so, how do I delete and put the albums that I want. I had the fantasy that I could burn my entire CD collection! But obviously there is a limit. Just do not know what is the capacity.

So: how do I delete in HDD; how do I add the name of an album; and what is the capacity? Any help will be appreciated!
Congratulations and Welcome to the Fourm!

Capacity is rated at 15 GB. Store bought CDs RIP automatically by default to HDD when in the CD drive. I haven't tried to copy over personally crafted MP3s myself. It looks like you were successful in copying non Store-Bought CDs to HDD?
 

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Yes, non store-bought CDs will be copy. DTS-CDs will not be copied.
Wow! I heard that but I thought the manual told me otherwise due to copyright laws. Cool

For the files on the Home Made DVD, are they MP3 or CDx format.

It would be neat to put them on the CD as MP3s and copy them over, or do you have to rip from CDx?

I heard someone mention there is a utility called DTS2CD. Haven't tried it yet to copy DTS DVD-A to CDs. Supposedly the clarity and separation are pretty good. There are only so many hours in a day. :)
 

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To produce DTS-CD the best and easiest programs are DVDaudioextractor (paid) and IGMBURN (free), both for Windows platform. The first program will extract the audio from a BluRay or DVD-A disk, and the second will burn it to a CD.

I think the store to disk requires CDx but have not tested with just mp3, but there are programs that can produce CDx from mp3s.
 

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To produce DTS-CD the best and easiest programs are DVDaudioextractor (paid) and IGMBURN (free), both for Windows platform. The first program will extract the audio from a BluRay or DVD-A disk, and the second will burn it to a CD.

I think the store to disk requires CDx but have not tested with just mp3, but there are programs that can produce CDx from mp3s.
Thanks for the tips.

I need to buy a copy of DVDautoextractor.

I figured that might work as CDx, but everybody told me no, except for one. Now with two people telling me this. I will try it.
:)
 
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