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  • Hiwi
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Prog to manage my MPCs?
Hi!

I am using EAC to rip my CDs to MPCs.
I use the following scheme to store the files on my HDD:
All Albums are in the Folder "MPC" - there they are sorted by the interpret of the album - then there is one Folder for each album-title (and the year) - and in the Folder you find the songs...

My Question:
Is there any program able to import the whole scheme in one Database , e.g. to print a list of all albums???

Thanks for all answers - and sorry for my bad english 

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Prog to manage my MPCs?
Reply #1
If you have APE2 tags on them, MPCs are supported by JFaul's MPEG Audio Collection. The programmer's homepage is down (too bad because he was developing a new version), but you can find the prog here. BTW, it's free and it also supports MP3s.

  • saratoga
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Reply #2
Check out foobar, its a few subforums below this one.

  • westgroveg
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If you have APE2 tags on them, MPCs are supported by JFaul's MPEG Audio Collection. The programmer's homepage is down (too bad because he was developing a new version), but you can find the prog here. BTW, it's free and it also supports MP3s.

CRL-R will give you a Excel, HTML or text report of your collection.

OT: I have the 2.0 copy of encspot does anyone have a newer copy they can send me or direct me to??

  • MachineHead
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Reply #4
J. River Media Center handles APE2 tags. It does a pretty good job at organizing most formats. It will print a list of your albums. Or you can export all as a playlist and send them to Excel or whatever app you choose.

It ain't free though.