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Copying audio CD files to your hard drive Apps
If you want to copy a audio track from a CD, you don't have to bother with importing it via QuickTime player or Toast Audio Extractor anymore. Just put the CD in and when you open it in the Finder, the files on there are in native .aiff format ready for you to just copy them straight onto your hard drive.


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Might be unusual edian...
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 06, '01 04:16:30AM

This feature was already working under Buplic Beta. For whatever reason, it stores the AIFF-File in Little Edian, which is very unusual, and so some Sond Apps don't recognice it. I don't know, if this still holds in the Final version and haven't got an Audio CD here to try...
So, if you want to use some special Apps, extract one track and give it a try...

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