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What SoftWare do You Use foR RipPing?

Started by WaZ, June 26, 2003, 11:46:52 PM

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WaZ

what software are you using for ripping only ,
for converting music from audio cd to mp3s?

iam using audio catalyst before but when i switch to winxp the program didn't work na :)

what software can you guys suggest ty  :)

Benj

I use a program called CDEx, it's a free program, relatively old, but works like a charm everytime :)
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< jao >

Hi Waz!

Try mo rin maghanap ng MusicMatch 5. Yun yung gamit ko now on Windows XP OS. :)
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WaZ

thanks kpy555 free software ba yon ? where did you get it? arte talga ng xp noh! >:(

benj cdex? downloadable ba? xp rin gamit mo now?  ;)

< jao >

Hi Waz!

Yung MusicMatch bili ka nalang ng pirated. Meron ako original, kasama doon sa Iomega Predator ko. Ok itong MM kasi puwede ka mag-record from other source (e.g. DVD tracks) into MP3 format.

Yung CDEx downloadable. Alam ko freeware yan. Ok siya to convert WAV files to MP3 and vice versa. I had that too pero MM na gamit ko now.

:)

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looney_loey

try FreeRIP

FreeRIP is a free software that can record digital audio tracks directly from compact discs, without going through your sound card.
You can save tracks as CD-quality WAV files or encode them to Ogg Vorbis and MP3 compressed format. FREE!

read other details here:

www.freerip.com
:)
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Raymond

Quote from: looney_loey on June 27, 2003, 04:14:13 PM
try FreeRIP

FreeRIP is a free software that can record digital audio tracks directly from compact discs, without going through your sound card.
You can save tracks as CD-quality WAV files or encode them to Ogg Vorbis and MP3 compressed format. FREE!

read other details here:

www.freerip.com
:)

I'm using this also ...

bRri_GD3


Silverado

Dati I use CDex.  Now I'm using EAC (Exact Audio Copy) with Lame external encoder.

Best quality ripping according to audiophile boards.
aka Wrecker

polgas

Quote from: Silverado on June 30, 2003, 11:34:45 AM
Dati I use CDex.  Now I'm using EAC (Exact Audio Copy) with Lame external encoder.

Best quality ripping according to audiophile boards.

I agree...the best so far ang exact audio copy....but can you use this program to burn multiple audio tracks from different cds or for cd to cd copy only?

Silverado

Quote from: polgas on June 30, 2003, 02:39:34 PM
Quote from: Silverado on June 30, 2003, 11:34:45 AM
Dati I use CDex.  Now I'm using EAC (Exact Audio Copy) with Lame external encoder.

Best quality ripping according to audiophile boards.

I agree...the best so far ang exact audio copy....but can you use this program to burn multiple audio tracks from different cds or for cd to cd copy only?

It rips 1 cd at a time... what you can do it put the extracts in 1 directory and later burn them to 1 cd using nero or other burning s/w
aka Wrecker

go-samurai


WaZ

Quote from: Silverado on June 30, 2003, 11:34:45 AM
Dati I use CDex.  Now I'm using EAC (Exact Audio Copy) with Lame external encoder.

Best quality ripping according to audiophile boards.
where can i get this? is this a free software?  ???

Silverado

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aka Wrecker

WaZ

thanks a lot il be downloading it when i reach home! thanks again  :)

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