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== Save your settings and set up profiles ==
 
== Save your settings and set up profiles ==
  
Now that you've properly (IMO) configured XLD you can save your settings and set up profiles. To set up profiles find the "Profile" dropdown in the XLD menu bar at the top right. (See the first illustration.) Saving profiles is especially useful for saving transcoding configuration settings. For example: you may want to save your rip settings as "FLAC" in your profile manager. Underneath those settings you may want to save preconfigured profiles for, say, your MP3 V0 transcodes or AAC at iTunes Plus settings. Have fun with that. It makes for fast and convenient switching for all your needs.
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Now that you've properly (IMO) configured XLD you can save your settings and set up profiles. To set up profiles find the "Profile" dropdown in the XLD menu bar at the top right. (See the first illustration.) Saving profiles is especially useful for saving transcoding confguration settings. For example: you may want to save your rip settings as "FLAC" in your profile manager. Underneath those settings you may want to save preconfigured profiles for, say, your MP3 V0 transcodes or AAC at iTunes Plus settings. Have fun with that. It makes for fast and convenient switching for all your needs.
  
 
Your settings will be maintained in a .plist file. It can be found here /Users/YOURUSERNAME/Library/Preferences/jp.tmkk.XLD.plist  (Note that in OS X 10.7 "Lion" and later your Library folder is hidden. In Finder you may hold down the Option key while in the Go dropdown to easily locate it.)
 
Your settings will be maintained in a .plist file. It can be found here /Users/YOURUSERNAME/Library/Preferences/jp.tmkk.XLD.plist  (Note that in OS X 10.7 "Lion" and later your Library folder is hidden. In Finder you may hold down the Option key while in the Go dropdown to easily locate it.)
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(This guide is a work in progress and is intended to be maintained and updated. There are future plans to include posting a Part 2 to this tutorial that covers [[XLD Ripping|Ripping]].)
 
(This guide is a work in progress and is intended to be maintained and updated. There are future plans to include posting a Part 2 to this tutorial that covers [[XLD Ripping|Ripping]].)
  
== External links ==
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[http://www.example.com link title]== External links ==
  
 
* [http://tmkk.undo.jp/xld/index_e.html XLD developer's website]
 
* [http://tmkk.undo.jp/xld/index_e.html XLD developer's website]

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