By default, Sound Juicer will extract all of the tracks on the CD to audio files. If you do not wish to extract all of the tracks, you can control which tracks are extracted using the check boxes in the first column of the track listing. Only the tracks you have selected will be extracted.
You can also use theand menu items to select all or none of the tracks to be extracted.
When you have entered all the information you need, click on the Ctrl+Enter. Sound Juicer will begin reading the audio from the CD and saving it to files on your computer. By default, the audio files are stored under the Music folder in your home folder.button, or press
When you begin extracting, thebutton will change to a button. You can click this button at any time to stop extracting.
Sound Juicer indicates which track it is currently extracting by displaying an icon next to the track number. You can also see the total progress and estimated time left in the status bar at the bottom of the window.
Extracting a CD can take a long time, depending on the speed of your computer. You can safely minimize Sound Juicer or move to another workspace to continue using your computer while the audio is being extracted.
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