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A basic question about XLD


rlschow
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I just got XLD up and running on my Mac Mini. Is there a way to set more than one output directory for the aiff files it creates?

 

I have two 1TB external drives; one attached to the Mini via firewire, the other plugged into the USB port of an Airport Extreme attached via ethernet to my home network. I would like the same content on both disks and it would be nice if that happened automatically when I rip via XLD.

 

If I can't do it that way, I'll probably rip to the directly attached drive and set up Carbon Copy Cloner to automatically back that one up to the one on the network.

 

Advice appreciated,

Roger

 

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I didn't find a way to do it with XLD. Instead, I made a single destination folder on the firewire connected drive, then used Automator to send it from that folder to the 2 destinations I was originally hoping for. If the network drive is not connected the files just stay in the original destination and I transfer them when it gets re-connected. I haven't been using this solution for long, but it seems to work fine.

 

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