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Old 2006-06-20, 11:30 AM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

Ah, I was thinking your router looked different. The PC version of Azureus does look a little different.

To input your port number: Azureus > Preferences will put an Options tab in the window. Options > Connection will give you the window to enter your port number.
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Old 2006-06-20, 11:04 PM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

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Ah, I was thinking your router looked different. The PC version of Azureus does look a little different.

To input your port number: Azureus > Preferences will put an Options tab in the window. Options > Connection will give you the window to enter your port number.
Awwwwwright!!! I'm a rockin' and a rollin' now. Azureus is a quite the detailed torrenting program. I'll have to investigate it in detail.

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Old 2006-06-23, 08:18 PM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

Okay, I have Toast Titanium 7 and I burned my first cd. It was set to DAO but there are gaps between tracks. Toast Help says DAO allows for pauses up to 8 seconds where TAO places 2 second pauses. I can select DAO but I cannot (or haven't) figured adjust the length of the pause. Can anyone help with this?
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Old 2006-06-23, 08:24 PM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

Just click on where it says "2 sec" and a window will pop up with several different options for pauses. You can select several tracks and then click on "2 sec" and select "0 sec". The first track must say "2 sec".
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Old 2006-06-23, 08:48 PM
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Just click on where it says "2 sec" and a window will pop up with several different options for pauses. You can select several tracks and then click on "2 sec" and select "0 sec". The first track must say "2 sec".

I thought you were onvacation?

Thanks, I was just coming back to say I found it. Funny that it doesn't say in the help file (or maybe I just couldn't find it).
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Old 2006-06-26, 07:25 AM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

Does Toast 7 support no-gap burning of non-wav files (e.g. Apple lossless)? Toast 6 has a problem with that, IIRC, it just adds 2 sec pauses even if you selected 0 sec. Works fine with wav files, though. Anyway, that's why I switched to Jam for audio burning. Jam is the shit.
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Old 2006-06-26, 11:01 AM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

Is Jam available to work with Toast 7? I used to love Jam also, but when I upgraded to Toast 7, suddenly there didn't seem to be any Jam around.
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Old 2006-06-26, 01:38 PM
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Toast 7 is 100% gapless (with gapless source files, natch) and Jam 6.0.3 seems happy enough with it.
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Is Jam available to work with Toast 7? I used to love Jam also, but when I upgraded to Toast 7, suddenly there didn't seem to be any Jam around.
So it's just gone? I use Jam a lot for mix cds and compilations, probably all in all more than Toast, to be honest. It's great for normalizing different tracks without clipping and all that, and the crossfade tools are good and intuitive too. If there is no Jam 7, I don't think I even want to upgrade, flac support be damned.
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Old 2006-06-27, 06:21 AM
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Toast 7 is 100% gapless (with gapless source files, natch) and Jam 6.0.3 seems happy enough with it.
I meant that it used to insert two second pauses between tracks, gapless or not, EVEN if you selected no pauses. Annoying as hell. But it was only with other quicktime compatible files than wav or aiff, so I used to convert to wav before burning. Jam didn't do this, though. One of the reasons I switched to Jam for audio burning.

edit: Toast 5 and 6, that is. Maybe it was just a bug that got fixed in an update. Because of Jam, I haven't tried audio burning with Toast for years.
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Old 2006-06-27, 12:03 PM
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edit: Toast 5 and 6, that is. Maybe it was just a bug that got fixed in an update. Because of Jam, I haven't tried audio burning with Toast for years.
Hmmm, I need to go find where I put Jam, but if I recall, the last version I had worked *with* Toast. You would get everything set up in Jam, hit record, and it would open up Toast to go burn the files.
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Old 2006-06-27, 01:25 PM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

Jam 6.0.3 basically includes the Toast burning engine. When you hit the record button everything is the same as Toast but with the Jam icon. No FLAC support though
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

After checking out Version tracker...what are the "must have" apps for mac?
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Old 2006-06-28, 10:01 AM
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Re: New to imac. Looking for a little advice

For torrents, newsgroups and wrangling the files obtained:

Azureus
xACT or Max
Cog
Toast 7
Audacity
CDFinder
VLC
MPEG Streamclip
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Thoth or Hogwasher
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