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Wed 25/08/04 at 18:45
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"I love Dave music"
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Anyone know of a good program to do this? I know I can simply plug my MD player into my PC's line in and record, but I don't want to have to manually seperate the tracks from an album - I've got too many MD's I need to rip to be bothered doing that. So I either need a program that will recognise the pauses between tracks, or one that will split the mp3 files at a later date....

Also, what do most people use for ripping their Cd's, gonna also have to rip my entire CD collection!

Oh, and my iRiver 140 kicks ass ;-)

GL
Tue 31/08/04 at 20:33
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"I love Dave music"
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Due to my retardedness, and refusal to spend money on an upgrade, I'm still running 98, so can't use iTunes :-(

GL
Sat 28/08/04 at 00:48
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"Jog on, sunshine"
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Again, iTunes. It's free, and it's an excellent program.
Fri 27/08/04 at 09:40
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The GingerLord wrote:
> Also, what do most people use for ripping their Cd's, gonna also have
> to rip my entire CD collection!

Media Player can be used for this, but it's not entirely reliable, because it will sometimes copy a whole album/playlist, not just track-by-track. For ripping you can also use Nero copier programs, which if used correctly can provide 320Kbp quality sound.
Wed 25/08/04 at 21:48
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"pale dreams of life"
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i use jriver media player mostly for ripping cd's

for md's cakewalk pyro or something similar may be worth checking out. I use it for vinyll. Never found a reliable splitter though other than manual.
Wed 25/08/04 at 19:39
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"Jog on, sunshine"
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I use iTunes, provides it's own DB structure, and you have loads of recording options etc.
Wed 25/08/04 at 18:45
Regular
"I love Dave music"
Posts: 784
Anyone know of a good program to do this? I know I can simply plug my MD player into my PC's line in and record, but I don't want to have to manually seperate the tracks from an album - I've got too many MD's I need to rip to be bothered doing that. So I either need a program that will recognise the pauses between tracks, or one that will split the mp3 files at a later date....

Also, what do most people use for ripping their Cd's, gonna also have to rip my entire CD collection!

Oh, and my iRiver 140 kicks ass ;-)

GL

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