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    Default Moving towards Wav files -> Traktor question.

    Right!

    I am planning to purchase three 1-terabyte hard drives this week and, use solely wav files.

    The audible difference is significant enough for me to go through such a transition.


    Traktor appears to offer a warning sign indicating tags cannot be found in wav files. How would I go about disconnecting the warning prompt every time I load a wav file?

    Cheers!

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    If traktor supports flac or aiff you could try those. They are too uncompressed formats so there shouldn't be a big difference between those 3.
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    Cheers kostis12345!

    I don't have a need for tags so disconnecting the warning signal would be a more logical solution than making tags.

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    Alright, I'm afraid I have no idea how to disable the warning message :\ Sorry.
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    you can disable the warning bar in settings

    Preference's>Browser details and just then untick it.

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    Nice One!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kostis12345 View Post
    Alright, I'm afraid I have no idea how to disable the warning message :\ Sorry.
    Kosti sorry for irrelevant quote, but are you fom Greece?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philippro View Post
    Kosti sorry for irrelevant quote, but are you fom Greece?
    Yup
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    Default FLACs are a better option probably

    Quote Originally Posted by kostis12345 View Post
    If traktor supports flac or aiff you could try those. They are too uncompressed formats so there shouldn't be a big difference between those 3.
    I use FLAC in Traktor mostly. Some of my older stuff in mp3 still. FLAC is lossless so just as good as WAV, plus FLACs support tags, which is better surely for displaying the track data in traktor? I use EAC (exact audio copy) to generate the FLACs from the WAVs. Simple as pie.


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    Default FLACs

    Oh and FLACs are half the size!

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