EAC - How to Auto Fill Tag Info for Unlisted CD's 2016-05-11 04:29:24 MY SYSTEMWindows 7CD-ROM Drive: Lite-On IHAS5324Exact Audio Copy: v1.1FlyHoward SDF File Viewer: v1.11.5BACKGROUNDI have a few Audio Books that I want to archive using EAC ripping software. These CD's are not listed in any of the Music Library databases. The Title, Artist, etc. tags are not available. This means that these tags do not automatically pre-fill the text fields in EAC. The text fields I'm referring to are the ones at the top of EAC, just under the tool bar and over to the right; the text fields that ask for, "CD Title", "CD Artist", "Genre", "Year", etc.These audio book sets contain between 6 to 13 disks each. When I insert the next CD into the drive, all the information in EAC gets reset to blank. For each CD, I must enter all the tag information by hand even though the only thing that changes is the CD number. What I have been doing, as a workaround, is to save the tag info to a text file and copy/paste each field for each new CD. This is tedious and time-consuming. After running the software on any of the CD's, the TAG information gets uploaded to the FreeDB database. If I insert that same CD into the drive again, all the information appears.QUESTIONInstead of copy/pasting all the TAG information into the EAC fields for each new CD, I would like to find a way to have those fields fill automatically. 1. Is there a way to "persuade" EAC to grab the previous CD's info so I can change only one of the fields?2. Is the data for the CD stored locally after I enter it and run the program? The only file that I found in %appdata%\EAC is the CDDB.sdf. Is the TAG info stored in those tables? Looking at that file in an SDF file viewer (FlyHoward v1.11.5), I do not see it. 3. Is there another way to "auto fill" those fields?