Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: MP3 Ripping
Re: MP3 Ripping
From: Nicolas Touillaud <n.touillaud_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 13:06:30 +0100
For batch conversion I use "The Godfather".
I did not manage to find the right settings for live performance,
therefore there is a "blanc" at the end of each track (no incidence
for traditional albums).
On Sun, 09 Jan 2005 09:35:15 -0800, Ed MacDaniel <deadword_at_comcast.net> wrote:
> When you open the ripping window (i.e. Audio CD Input window), there's a
> "button" labeled "Options." Click on it, and there's a line called
> "File Creation." On the right side of the line is "Edit." Here you can
> set up how you want the files to be named. I have it set up for a
> single artist's CD to by "Artist - Album - Track Number XX - Track".
> For a multiple artist CD, I select "Album - Track Number XX - Artist -
> Unless you want all the tracks to go into the same folder, you'll need
> to select a new destination folder each time in "Options" > "Rip to Folder"
> You can change the ripping parameters using the "Rip To" drop menu and
> "Settings" to change from MP3 (Blade) to MP3 (Lame) or whichever you
> choose. The Lame option allows more flexibility in the ripping (i.e.
> fixed bit rate or variable bit rate). In the Settings sub window,
> there's an Advanced Settings button for Lame, and this is where you
> change the bit rate for Lame. No such Advanced button for Blade, just
> the settings sub window with a drop menu for the bit rate (no variable
> bit rate option).
> I admit it is a bit easier to rip using EAC to MP3, and because of this
> I am thinking of doing all my ripping using EAC from now on. It is a bit
> more flexible on setting up one's parameters. I just need to change the
> ingrained habit of using dBpowerAMP for it. Though I will continue to
> use dBpowerAMP for converting existing file formats (especially FLAC and
> "A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of
> five." Groucho Marx
> Jason Williams wrote:
> > how do u get get power amp to add the track numbers when ripping from cd's?
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Received on 2005-01-11