|· Why do the visuals disappear every time I put it in the car? |
|· I just got my new player and I have many gigs of MP3s to install. Is there anything I need to keep in mind? |
|· Why can't I add more than one song at a time? |
|· What does the flashing LED on the faceplate mean? |
|· Do I have to put the player into standby mode before I pull the plug? |
|· Can I copy MP3 files back onto my PC from the player? |
|· Is there anything I should keep in mind when I grab files from the player? |
|· Can I back up the player's playlists and music files? |
|· What is the best way to organize and listen to my music? |
|· How can I keep my PC and my car player in perfect synch? |
|· How do I upgrade the firmware on the player, and will it erase my music files? |
|· Is it bad for the player if it gets too hot or too cold? |
|· Do I have to use the remote, or can I do everything from the front panel? |
|· What do all the buttons do? |
|· What's this I hear about a 'Stun/Kill' button on the remote control? |
|· What is a parametric EQ, and what does the 'Q' parameter do? |
|· Where can I download a list of EQ presets? |
|· How do I know what the hard disk is doing? |
|· Does disk space get wasted if I make a second copy of a song in a different playlist? |
|· What about editing/renaming multiple copies of the same song? |
|· How can I be sure that I've deleted all copies of a given song? |
|· How do I make albums play in the correct order? |
|· How do the Tweak Order functions work? |
|· How does the 'Ignore as Child' option work? |
|· What in the world is a 'Wendy Filter'? |
|· How do the Bookmarks work? |
|· Can I delete songs from the player's front panel? |
· How can I tell which tracks I have marked with the 'Mark' key?
(Entry last updated on May 6th, 2002)
If you have used the 'Mark' key in version 2.0 or later of the player software (it's the 4 button on the Kenwood remote or the Cancel/Mark button on the Rio remote), you can use Emplode 2.0 or later to see the marked tracks. There are a few ways you can do it:
The purpose of marking tracks is so that you can remind yourself to do editing on the files the next time you run Emplode. For instance, maybe you decide you don't like a song and you want to delete it. Or perhaps the song was a bad rip and you want to re-rip it. You could also mark your favorite tracks so that you can create a special playlist out of them later.
- Marked tracks have a different icon in Emplode than the other tracks. If you like, you can use the "All Tracks" view to see them.
- You can select View/Details, right-click on the column headers, select the "Columns" menu option, and add the column for "Marked" to the display. You can sort on this column by clicking on its header if you like.
- You can also use Emplode's Advanced Search feature to find the tracks. Do an Advanced Search on the term marked to locate all marked tracks.
Note that there is only one kind of mark. You can't specify different types of marks. It's meant to be just a reminder, so when you see the mark in Emplode, you can check the song and remember what you wanted to do with it.
|· What search terms can I use in the Advanced Search box in Emplode? |
|· What is this 'Soup View' I hear other people talking about? |
|· What do the little letters mean on the Info:Track screen? |
|· When I move the player between the car and the house, what does it do differently? |
|· Are there any 'Easter Eggs' in the player? |
|· What do the various symbols mean on the 'Aux Info' screen? |
|· Can I reset the number of plays and other statistics? |
|· Why does it play clusters of artists or albums? |
|· How do I cancel out of a synch? |
|· How do I skip to the next album or the next playlist? |
|· What is a FID? |
|· What happens during a synch, and what do the stage numbers mean? |
|· Can I use a USB-to-serial converter dongle with the player? |
|· What are some other good tricks for using the player? |