Senior HTF Member
- Dec 16, 1998
- Mich. & S. Carolina
- Real Name
- Scott Merryfield
Mike, I am not familiar with Adobe Audition, but if you use Exact Audio Copy to rip / compress your CDs, it will look up and add the album meta data for you. So will iTunes. Be aware that this information is not always 100% accurate -- the errors I find mostly are typographical -- so you may need to do some minor cleanup afterwards. I also edit the artist name to "Last Name, First Name" so that the music sorts alphabetically by the artist's last name (just a preference of mine). This editing can be done via a freeware app such as MP3 Tag -- or if you are using iTunes on your PC to organize your music, via that application.But my main question is...can Adobe Audition import information about the albums/tracks, etc.? Typing in all those would be cumbersome.
I used the "Extract Audio from CD" command in the file menu. I don't see "Save All Audio as Batch Process."
If you end up converting music from other formats, such as DVD-Audio or concert DVD/BD, depending on how you do this, you may need to enter the meta data manually. My method of using Audacity to record the playback on my PC and saving to a WAV file requires this manual data entry. There are tools out there that do this rip in a more automated fashion, but most of those cost money and I didn't have enough of this type to convert where I wanted to spend money on a solution. Audacity and Wave Editor are free.