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How to play/import ISO audio file on JRiver

Krunok

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That's the only way? Any decrease in audio quality? If not, please guide me cos I'm not aware.
Kid, instead of asking all these questions how about checking with Google first? Give it a try and you will see it is quite usefull. ;)
 

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I have a iso file with album art etc however when I drag and drop it to JRiver, nothing happens. No error messages. Nothing. Anyone who knows a solution please help me out! Thanks! ☺️
Are you dragging the ISO or the folder into "Playing Now?" Do you get the drop-down options about what to do with it?
 
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Are you dragging the ISO or the folder into "Playing Now?" Do you get the drop-down options about what to do with it?
I drag the iso file to the JRiver album lists! Also tried import single folder and selecting the file with the ISO file.
 

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I drag the iso file to the JRiver album lists!
No wonder you are failing. You need to drag it into the "Playing Now" window and it will ask you what you want to do with it.

Also tried import single folder and selecting the file with the ISO file.
You cannot import anything that way. I am tempted to say RTFM but there ain't no manual. :facepalm:
 
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No wonder you are failing. You need to drag it into the "Playing Now" window and it will ask you what you want to do with it.

You cannot import anything that way. I am tempted to say RTFM but there ain't no manual. :facepalm:
Please post a screenshot or short video if you don't mins. ☺️
 

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Please post a screenshot or short video if you don't mins. ☺️
Sorry. Do you know what the "Playing Now" window is? The link appears at the very top of the default left-side menu. Click on it. Then drag your ISO file from your browser into it.
 
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Sorry. Do you know what the "Playing Now" window is? The link appears at the very top of the default left-side menu. Click on it. Then drag your ISO file from your browser into it.
Yes dear sir. I tried dragging and dropping and it says file type is not supported or something like that.
 

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Yes dear sir. I tried dragging and dropping and it says file type is not supported or something like that.
Well, thinking I might have misremembered, I plugged a USB drive full of ISOs into my server and dragged a couple, selected at random, and they all were accepted and played.
So, let's try other things: Have you tried having JRiver import the ISO file into its library? Have you tried another ISO? "Is the filename ?????.iso?"
 
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Well, thinking I might have misremembered, I plugged a USB drive full of ISOs into my server and dragged a couple, selected at random, and they all were accepted and played.
So, let's try other things: Have you tried having JRiver import the ISO file into its library? Have you tried another ISO? "Is the filename ?????.iso?"
Yes the file name is ISO and I'll try importing tonight. Thank You. I'll get back to you.
 
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