#1
I ripped my new AC/DC Black Ice cd using easy cd-da, and it is only titled as "AC"
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#5
cause when naming different folders, it uses a /
C:/Folder1/Folder2/AC/DC.mp3
That would mean AC is a folder. Which it isn't.
for that reason, you can't use / in filenames.
#6
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omg u ripped musik ? i rported


I didn't think ripping was illegal?
#7
You probably forgot the lightning bolt.
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You probably forgot the lightning bolt.

Dude...that is so win
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#11
Quote by Taygunov
omg u ripped musik ? i rported

Ummm...ok have fun with that then. Ripping a cd is legal.

And very lulzworthy at the lightning bolt part.

Thanks for the regulary ACDC suggestion.

Actually i tried with windows media player, and it titles it like AC/CD
but u cant do it yourself
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#12
sorry. i think there has been confusioin.
not the file name, but naming it as the artist.
and it still wont let me do it
:/
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#13
Yeah, you can't put the "/" in a file name.

ACDC will have to do.


BTW, what do you think of Black Ice? I don't think it lived up to the hype. It just doesn't sound like AC/DC to me...
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#14
Quote by Gormanilius
sorry. i think there has been confusioin.
not the file name, but naming it as the artist.
and it still wont let me do it
:/


Your not listening. When you use a slash, your seperating it into another folder. Your computer thinks that DC is the artist in the folder of AC

c:/mydocuments/mymusic/someother****/ac/dc

See, theres the problem. Your putting DC in the folder of AC
#16
Quote by yingyangthang
Your not listening. When you use a slash, your seperating it into another folder. Your computer thinks that DC is the artist in the folder of AC

c:/mydocuments/mymusic/someother****/ac/dc

See, theres the problem. Your putting DC in the folder of AC


Um...you're not listening. He doesn't want to rename the file, he wants to add AC/DC as the artist in the "Artist" column. That's dealing with metadata, not filenames.

And I don't know why that would happen. Just name it ACDC, why does it matter?
#17
Quote by Gormanilius
Ummm...ok have fun with that then. Ripping a cd is legal.

And very lulzworthy at the lightning bolt part.

Thanks for the regulary ACDC suggestion.

Actually i tried with windows media player, and it titles it like AC/CD
but u cant do it yourself


u goin 2 jail lulz. ripper.
#19
Ripping a CD is taking the mp3 files off of the CD using something like Window Media Player, Zune software, or iTunes, and putting them on your computer. That is perfectly legal.
#20
Quote by yingyangthang
Your not listening. When you use a slash, your seperating it into another folder. Your computer thinks that DC is the artist in the folder of AC

c:/mydocuments/mymusic/someother****/ac/dc

See, theres the problem. Your putting DC in the folder of AC

Not to mention that, if memory serves correctly, it's "\", not "/".
#21
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I didn't think ripping was illegal?


According to the RIAA it is. Luckily nobody gives a shit what they think.
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#22
Quote by OrangePossum
Not to mention that, if memory serves correctly, it's "\", not "/".

Linux/Unix/Mac is \, Windows is /.

Also, you should be able to change it as the artist name, just not the folder name. In my iTunes, the artist is "AC/DC", but the folder is "AC_DC".