To activate n-Track running on a computer that cannot be connected to the internet you can use the Offline activation method.We strongly recommend, when possible, using the Online activation method instead as the Offline method is more prone to errors. After the online activation, n-Track doesn't require an internet connection, so if you can temporarily connect the computer to the internet, you can use the online activation.If you cannot connect the computer to the internet, not even for even a short time, to activate offline:open the Help menu and click on the 'Activation' command while holding down the SHIFT key.a dialog will open. You'll find an alphanumeric code in the first text-box. This is the device id that you must send us in order to receive your offline activation code.to receive your activation code, simply login to your n-Track account on the ntrack.com website from any device with an internet connection, and click on 'My purchases'. Copy and paste the device id into the textbox at the bottom of the page, click 'Get activation code' and wait for your activation code to be returned.once you receive your offline activation code, copy and paste it to the Offline activation code text box inside the n-Track application.press the 'Activate' button, and wait for the response that will be displayed in the text box on the top of the window.If something goes wrong and you see an error message, copy and paste the message in the content of an email with subject Offline activation Failed, and send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mixdown created with n-Track can be used to create a DVD that will play on standard DVD players connected to a home theater speaker system. A very high-quality audio standard (24-bit 192 kHz) exists for audio-only DVDs. Unfortunately, the DVD-Audio standard is not yet widely used, and only a minority of DVD players can play DVD-Audio discs. An alternative way to create audio-only DVDs is to create regular video DVDs with no video (or just a static background image). Although the audio quality will not be as good as with DVD-Audio, the discs will be playable on any standard DVD player. Audio on standard video DVDs is typically encoded in Dolby DigitalTM AC3 format. Third-party software that can be used to convert the n-Track mixdown to an AC3-encoded file includes:
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