Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: MP3 Ripping
Re: MP3 Ripping
From: Jason Williams <jwilliams_at_wi.rr.com>
Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2005 07:40:06 -0600
how do u get get power amp to add the track numbers when ripping from cd's?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed MacDaniel" <deadword_at_comcast.net>
To: "Rockbox development" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Saturday, January 08, 2005 9:27 PM
Subject: Re: MP3 Ripping
> I like to use dBpowerAMP Music Converter for converting to/from various
> formats - particularly useful if you ever get involved with lossless
> formats like FLAC or SHN. For converting to and from some of the more
> esoteric formats, you'll need to download the correct codecs to do that.
> It'll also rip tracks from your CDs if needed (though for ripping
> recordings of live shows I like to use Exact Audio Copy - when set up
> properly, you'll minimize sector boundary errors and other errors that
> can get into files).
> Anyhow, you can convert a file(s) by right clicking on it/them. For
> multiple conversions, you could go to their directory and select as many
> as you want to convert or you can do bulk conversions using the
> program's interface. You'll need to convert the different formats
> separately though I think. Unless you have a lot a capacity and want to
> keep the files as they are in addition to the MP3s, you'll want to
> select to automatically delete the original files as they are converted.
> You could also have the converted files saved to a different directory
> leaving the original files where they are.
> There's also a burning program for dBpowerAMP but I've not used it. For
> burning, I generally use Feurio unless it's a "throw away CD" (i.e. to
> be used in the car), then I use MusicMatch Jukebox (I can send files to
> it's burning program using a right click). In addition, there's a
> dBpowerAMP Player that's pretty good if a bit confusing at times. I use
> it for generating playlists.
> Be seeing you,
> "A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of
> five." Groucho Marx
> Rodrigo Gutierrez wrote:
> > Hello all. I own an Archos JBR20 with Rockbox 2.4. I have recently
> > friends 75GB of music on an external harddrive. The bad news is that
> > his music is in wma or wav format (uses Rio Music Manager). Seeing as
> > JBR only plays mp3s, what is the best method for converting the music?
> > good, free software out there? Thanks in advance for your help.
> > Rodrigo
> > There is no time like the present.
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Received on 2005-01-09