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    -mp3 Encoder:

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    mp3 Encoder Preferences Setup
    Setup is provided for an externally provided MP3 Encoder. At this time, we accept popular 3rd party encoders that are available from the Internet. To allow the program to Save or Batch Process files into MP3 format, you must download an encoder and choose it in this screen. The Browse button allows you to show DCArt10/DC Forensics10 where the encoder is located on your hard drive. In general, higher bit rates produce better sonic results at the expense of greater memory consumption. Note that the system supports both CBR (Constant Bit Rate) and VBR (Variable Bit Rate) encoding techniques.

    Tune Library:
    Please refer to the DC Tune Library section of this documentation for details on these preferences.

    CDDB Setup:
    Your software has the capability to “Rip” Red Book CD Audio to .wav files. For details regarding the operation of this feature, please refer to the section of the manual called “Rip CD Tracks” which is found under the Filter Menu of the program. The CDDB Setup allows you to establish the parameters so that your system can fetch Track Titles off of the Internet and use them as Track Names rather than the Track Numbers assigned by your Diamond Cut software. Here is a screen shot of the CDDB Setup Tab:

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    CD Database Setup
    You will need to be on the Internet for the CDDB feature to function. Generally, the default settings provided will work for you. However, it is a good idea to click on the “Get Server List” and select the server closest to your locale. If you are running a firewall on your system, you will have to check the “Use Proxy Server” box and enter the proxy server address and proxy port number.

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