Program to rip music form CDs to my computer?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Shakezilla, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. Shakezilla

    Shakezilla [H]ard|Gawd

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    Hey I am looking for a program to rip the music from my CDs to my computer so I can listen to music while playing games that require a CD and also so I can make playlists so I odnt have to change the CDs so much.

    Thanks
     
  2. Jeriko_Cherry

    Jeriko_Cherry Gawd

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  3. BillLeeLee

    BillLeeLee [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Windows Media Player or iTunes or Musicmatch could do it. I have no idea what the quality of this is (though back then I tried WMP and after encoding to WMA, it wasn't that good).

    I use Exact Audio Copy + LAME MP3, Vorbis, and FLAC for mine though.
     
  4. surfermsd

    surfermsd n00b

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    i like cdex. Its free too
     
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    laxmiddi44 Gawd

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  6. beanman101283

    beanman101283 2[H]4U

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    I use Windows Media Player. You can choose to rip them as WMA or MP3 files with the latest version (10).
     
  7. tdg

    tdg 2[H]4U

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    EAC to rip, lame with alt-preset-extreme switch to encode for the best quality MP3's.
     
  8. Cheetoz

    Cheetoz [H]ard|Gawd

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    Yeah, just rip with EAC + Lame. And if you rip the cd playlist, you just open up Media Library in Winamp, and just select the album u want to listen to, or all the songs.
     
  9. Ice Czar

    Ice Czar Inscrutable

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    as do I ;)