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Posted 15 October 2003 - 12:25
Rip CDs to MP3 directly with Winamp! Why use a different program to rip CDs when you can rip them with Winamp? No ACM codec required either! Be sure to grab the CD Reader plugin from http://www.url.ru/~copah/ if you want to rip CDs (and read the help file too). The help file is HTML help, which most versions of Windows should be able to read. If you can't read it, go to www.microsoft.com and get the HTML Help viewer. You can use VBR and ABR encoding and select how to name the output. New in this version: Can add ID3 tags to output. Added option to display speed statistics after encoding each file (don't use it when you want to encode a CD, since a dialog box pops up after each track).
Posted 15 October 2003 - 12:33
Because there are more options and settings, with other programs.
Why use a different program to rip CDs when you can rip them with Winamp?
Posted 19 October 2003 - 10:53
Posted 19 October 2003 - 20:14
Ever considered 128/160/192 OGG?
I want to make 192bit MP3s if possible. Thanks.
Posted 20 October 2003 - 04:10
depends on what bitrate you encode at, 128ABR is better then CBR 128, but -aps VBR is better then ABR 192
I want to make a ABR (as they are better than VBR, or so I have read) and am wondering how to do it? I use Dibrom's LAME version as that is said to be the best. I am wondering if this can be done? I want to make 192bit MP3s if possible. Thanks.
Posted 20 October 2003 - 10:40