Re: Audio CD questions
I use grip; it grabs the audio from the disc, then encodes it in your
preferred format. It is very flexible; it saves the files in the
correct location based on artist and title (if you want), sets the tags
I use mp3 format, just because I want the flexibility of playing my
music on the maximum number of devices.
On Tue, 2003-06-17 at 16:46, Roberto Sanchez wrote:
> Greetings list,
> Today, for the first time, I popped an audio CD in my laptop with the intention
> of listening to it (the CD player portion of my stero broke during my last
> move). I was very unhappy when gnome-cd and xmms both choked on it. It's an
> older CD so I can't imagine it is DRM'd, but nonetheless I would still like to
> play it (and a few others) on my computer. I did an apt-get cdda2wav and
> messed around with that some until I managed to get some tracks on the
> harddrive where I could play them with xmms, but I have a couple of problems.
> 1) I would like a GUI-type tool to facilitate putting the audio on my harddrive
> and 2) I can't figure out how to tell cdda2wav to make each track into a
> separate file when I try to grab the entire disc.
> Could someone point me in the right direction here? Also, what does everyone
> recommed for a preferred storage format (wav, mp3, ogg)?
> -Roberto Sanchez
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