Discussion in 'Software' started by Cool Hand, 28 Mar 2003.
ive been using audiocatelist for what seems like years...is there anything better or stick with it..
I've been using CDex recently, after people here recommended it. It's a lot better than AC imo.
ExactAudioCopy aka EAC
Audio Crusher for me very nice program, freeware, freedb lookup etc I only rip my cds to wav files tho (to encode to OGGs) does mp3s too
CDEX + OGG Vorbis
I use Cdex. never had any probs.
ok, 3 votes for cdex....i never herd of it before but ill check it out...you guys using the stable or latest beta version?
EAC + Lame or Ogg = The best mp3s/Oggs gaing
I'm using the beta, I've never had a lock-up or crash. I haven't noticed any bugs either, so IMO it's stable.
Just downloaded the Audio Crusher and Lame MP3 add on.
All up and running and am ripping a cd now, straightforward interface and helpful guide.
More at http://www.sysdesk.de/projects/audiocrusher/index.shtml
You just need to copy your mp3 / ogg vorbis algorithm into the audiocrusher folder.
I use Audiograbber, mainly as it will rip one CD from one drive, at the same time it rippes from my second drive.
EAC all the way for me. I noticed a definite change in sound quality going from CDex 128kpbs to EAC/LAME with VBR based at 192kbps. Its a little larger mp3 files, but thats why I have the 80GB raid array
EAC with the Lame encoder is the best available. Plus EAC is free.
Ditto. CDex rocks.
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