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Re: Converting audio CDs to audio files

Just wanted to have them on hard disk without the CD's   Konqueror's
functionality sounded simple and easy (essentially drag and drop) with
Ogg Vorbis and CDDB capabilities built-in.  Just can't seem to get it to
work for me.


On Fri, 2003-01-10 at 01:47, Emil Pedersen wrote:
> Trey Sizemore wrote:
> > 
> > I remember reading somewhere that Konqueror can convert audio CDs to
> > audio files by entering 'audiocd:/' on the url window.  I have tried
> > this, but cannot get it to find my audio CD in my CD drive.  I have SCSI
> > emulation set up and here is my /etc/fstab file.  I have a CD drive and
> > a CDRW drive installed on my system:
> > 
> > trey@salmander:~$ grep cdrom /etc/fstab
> > /dev/scd1  /cdrom  iso9660  defaults,user,noauto,ro  0  0
> > /dev/scd0  /cdrom1  iso9660  defaults,user,noauto,ro  0  0
> > 
> > All help is greatly appreciated.
> > 
> > -Trey
> Hi Trey,
> if all you want to do is extract the music data to files there should be
> several programs to do that for you.  cdparanoia  is the one I prefer, 
> cdda2wav  an other.  Perhaps  grip  can be used to just rip the music
> although it is intended for converting/compressing them to mp3.
> Why do you want to do this, just to be able to play them without having
> the cd inserted or to further process the songs?
> Best regards,
> 	Emil

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