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Speed up iTunes CD importing
Authored by: juandesant on May 06, '06 07:45:46AM
kirkmc said: What I've tried to figure out, however, is why some CDs import at about a maximum of 8x on my 2 GHz iMac, and others hit up to about 14x
That's probably due to the use of the Use error correction when reading Audio CDs iTunes preference: disks which show less scratching and/or dust will be imported faster.

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Speed up iTunes CD importing
Authored by: kirkmc on May 07, '06 01:45:45AM

No, before I had that setting turned on (which I did a few months ago, after noticing the occasional diginoise in music files), I had the same results. Also, I mostly rip new CDs - as soon as I buy them, I rip them, so they are almost always in excellent condition. There's something else going on that I can't figure out...

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