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What's your favourite ripping program?
(Jan 26, 2021, 11:56 am)RobertX Wrote: [ -> ]What's your favourite ripping program?

Exact Audio Copy, it's rather nice as it helps me know if I made a good rip or not, allows me to create a cuesheet, and get CRC32 checksums for both the file that's compressed, and the file as it's read from the disc. Plus GD3 is really nice for metadata, sure there's CUETools, but I prefer GD3.
I use cdrtfe for ripping audio CDs. cdrtfe.sourceforge.io

It's a burner for data discs, audio discs, (S)VCDs, and DVD-Videos, but it can also rip audio CDs. You should try it; it's a Swiss Army knife for CDs/DVDs/Blu Ray discs.
(Jan 26, 2021, 12:44 pm)RobertX Wrote: [ -> ]I use cdrtfe for ripping audio CDs. cdrtfe.sourceforge.io

It's a burner for data discs, audio discs, (S)VCDs, and DVD-Videos, but it can also rip audio CDs. You should try it; it's a Swiss Army knife for CDs/DVDs/Blu Ray discs.

Oh neat! Might give it a try sometime, I use MakeMKV for DVD's, have no Blu-Ray drive, I'm a bit behind the times on technology.
I still do occasionally, just to tip back a little to those whose works I treasure.
Nah, I havent bought music since like 1 year ago lmao
Last year I bought over 300 CDs mostly in the 100 hits collections which are mostly 5 disks in a bundle. Fed them all to iTunes.

Hardly any are shared on P2P for those who are not able to afford them.
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