This look interesting.Ripping an Audio CD in ATRAC Advanced Lossless format is available.
According to new audio-compression technology, an Audio CD can be recorded into My Library without any sound degradation. And this new technology allows to record an Audio CD with the size of 30~80 percent with ATRAC3 or ATRAC3plus current audio-compression technology, in order to keep compatibility with current devices.
I had errors too. I had to format my HD1 for it to work with SS. I think this might be because you no longer have to authorize your device to work with the Connect music store.drmoze said:PROBLEM with SS 3.3 (already!)
Just updated and rebooted. And now SS does not recognize my HD5. My Library shows up fine. And, oddly, SS starts up when I plug my HD5 into the USB port. But no Atrac device shows up. The transfer side of the window just has th emessage "Device/media not connected." And I can't transfer songs. I tried rebooting the pc with the HD5 connected, and without. Tried starting SS first, then connecting the HD5, and letting SS automatically. No dice.
The HD5 shows up in Device Manager as a USB mass storage device. I tried the alternate driver posted here a while back too. No go. I'm using WinXP Pro.
I'm trying a reinstal of SS3.3 now.....
Did it work? I faced the same on my 3.2 version and only a full re-installation fixed teh issue.drmoze said:OK, I'll try initializing the HD5 too. (Everyhting in my Library will be transferred anyway.) See if *that* helps!!!
Ditto, no problems at all. I dont really see much new though.Castar said:Seriously people, I don't understand why you were asked to initialise. I had no problems installing and running the new software and no changes happened to my librady and HD5H.
Weird... truly weird...