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Well i've started buying quite a few CD's recently i would like rip my CD's into FLAC which would be the best choice for this? i have EAC and dbpoweramp installed are there any others or are these the best ones out right now for ripping?

i was also wondering if there are any good guides on ripping to flac using EAC (the newest version) something made recently?
post #2 of 8
Here is the absolute best guide. Click Me I have used this many times without fail.
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Here is the absolute best guide. Click Me I have used this many times without fail.
Nice link. I havent seen that one before.

Here are a couple more.

OCN Guide

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cool ill check them out.

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Well different interfaces but they all use the same Codec. So one is not better than the other quality wise
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i guess ill play with the two programs i already have and see which i like better.

thanks.
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Well different interfaces but they all use the same Codec. So one is not better than the other quality wise
It depends. You can rip a cd and get artifacts or errors using one program that you might not get with another.

Anyway, this is the guide I recommend:
http://blowfish.be/eac/

Secure ripping + test & copy is the way to go
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The blowfish guide has never failed me. I use it any time I set up stuff like this for friends or family.
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