Best app for ripping MP3's from CD's?

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  1. habitat

    habitat Splatinum Member

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    Anyone know any good (free/trial) applications for ripping mp3's from a cd? I'm trying to make a shitload of mix cd's from my collection but don't have any good programs handy. thanks
     
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    yep thats what i mean, thanks.
    I want to put a cd in and burn a couple songs off it onto my hard drive in MP3 format so i can later burn them all onto a mix cd.
     
  4. NolanTA

    NolanTA You talkin' to me? OT Supporter

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    I still use CDex... other people have other recommendations, but seems they're complicated as fuck to even get set up...
     
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    Dr. Josh it's ok - i'm a doctor OT Supporter

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    Sorry..my reply got messed up. Anyway, you can take them from the cd and put them into your Library, but I'm not sure from there. Never done it. But I figure if you can get them into Your (My) Library, you should be able to use them.
     
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    go to download.com and search cd rippers.
    Theres tons of them.
     
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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    i use music match, it works great
     
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    I use music match to rip my CD's. I'm a huge fan of the way it sets up your burned mp3s into directories based on artist and album, and will label them in any format you want.
     
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    thanks everyone, appreciate the quick info.
     
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    Go into settings and change bitrate to 192 or higher.

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    I use musicmatch.
     
  16. Ziggy!Talon

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    Cdex > your mother
     
  17. uflathead

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    CDex also makes very accurate, high quality files.
     
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    Yes, but EAC is better.

    It has a "secure mode" that reads every sector on the cd twice or as many times as it takes to accurately read the data.

    The error correction on redbook audio is relatively weak, and consequently can sometimes still allow audio playback while there may be errors.
     

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