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Well after ripping 6 cds back to back the other night, I can say GRip is a great program
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Does grip support FLAC and OGG?
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Ok people, please read up and see that this is the Mac, Unix, and Linux section. So I think that Windows Media Player will not be suitable for this situation..

My top two are:
- Sound Juicer CD Extractor
- Rhythmbox Music Player

Both of which work flawlessly
OHHHHHHHHH LINUX.

sorry man for assuming...i use linux too, i use slackware and for ripping cd's i use Grip like you said someone recommended to you. Well, i second that recommendation. Grip ownz and its easy to use as well. Nero works in Linux too...not sure if it works with Slack but i used it in Ubuntu once....anyway which distro do you have?

@ hobo: it supports flac, you need special codec like things to install to the directory for it to work with ogg
    
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Cool, I've always used K3B, and I have a massive FLAC and OGG library. 1000+ songs.
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Originally Posted by Wheezy Baby View Post
Ok people, please read up and see that this is the Mac, Unix, and Linux section. So I think that Windows Media Player will not be suitable for this situation..

My top two are:
- Sound Juicer CD Extractor
- Rhythmbox Music Player

Both of which work flawlessly
Seconded. Lots of programs will do it though. K3B is quality, too.
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post #26 of 26
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dangerous hobo, it does 100% for sure support FLAC and OGG. I just looked.

to the guy who asked what distro I use, Mandriva One Spring 2007
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