Digitizing an LP means analog to digital conversion. You can do this in Nero WaveEditor and import your digitized tracks to Nero Burning ROM if you want to create an Audio CD.
If your digitized LP track includes all the titles of your vinyl record, Nero Burning ROM provides an option to split these before burning to Audio CD. Open Nero Burning ROM and select the project template Audio CD. Import your digitized track into the project.
Under the menu ‘Filters’ you will see ‘No Filter’. Click on the empty filter button to get to the ‘Audio Track Properties’ window. Click on the second tab ‘Indexes, Limits, Split’. Zoom into the waveform display and select a position with the mouse cursor, then click ‘Split’. Do this for each track.
In the example, you can see seven tracks created form the digitized single track.
Click ‘Burn’ to proceed burning your Audio CD.
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When I rip Audio CDs, I sometimes want to have the option to select the naming type of the ripped file, e.g. I want to have the track number first, then the title, and finally the artist.
Several Nero applications support ripping Audio CDs:
- Nero Burning ROM
- Nero Express
- Nero Disc to Device
- Nero MediaHome
Nero Burning ROM and Nero Express provide specialized settings for the wanted file naming customization option.
So, let us show how this works.
Initially you need to insert the wanted Audio CD for ripping into the optical drive of your PC.
Launch Nero Burning ROM or Nero Express and from the menu select the “Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive” option.
This is how you access it in Nero Burning ROM.
And here you can see the access point in Nero Express.
The “Save Audio Tracks to Hard Drive” window will pop up. Here you find two tabs: “Source” and “Output”. In the source tab on the right hand side you can modify the naming of “Album” and “Album Artist”, etc. if wanted.
Switch to the “Output” tab and select one filename format within the drop-down list of “File name creation mode”. Here you can customize the filename format in nine different modes. Select the entry of your choice: ” Track number – Title – Artist “.
After you selected one filename format option click “Copy” to rip your Audio CD with customized file naming.
You can find your ripped Audio files in your specified output directory, with your customized folder name and filenames. Below sample shows your ripped files based on the chosen filename format.
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