When Menu-> Load Audio CD Tracks is clicked Express Scribe will automatically detect any Audio CDs in all CD-ROM drives. The main display will list all track names and durations for the CD in the selected drive. Any time you eject a CD or load a new one, click refresh to update this display.
Highlighting and selecting load will rip each of the tracks selected and load them into Express Scribe.Please Note:
- If Express Scribe does not detect any tracks on your CD, or the tracks have strange looking names, please verify your audio CD files have a .cda file extension. If they do not, then Express Scribe will not be able to properly read the audio files. In such situations, it is likely the files are stored as data on your CD, so you should be able to use File Explorer to copy and paste the files from the CD to your hard drive.
- There are limitations on ripping audio CD's on Windows XP when not logged on to an administrator account. See Enable CD Ripping/Burning for Restricted Users for more details.