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Old 06-18-2008, 09:00 PM
MannishBoy MannishBoy is offline
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I've done this three ways:

1) Named the individual CD sequentially, so "Harry Potter Disc 01", "Harry Potter Disc 02", etc. Then the CD tracks are by CD not whole book, and there is no problem. You have to load all CDs when playing back, though, so I no longer do it that way.

2) Like sschardi described, rip all the CDs then pull them into MP3tag and use the renumber tool to sequentially number all the files in one big string, 001-278 or whatever.

3) When ripping using EAC, I do a shift-del to delete the database ID3 information and let it name the files. I use the prefix "D01T" and it fills in the last two digits so you get D01T01-D01T15 on a CD, then CD 2 is "D02T", etc. If chapter names don't matter or aren't in the freedb consistently this just works.
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