Re: Ripping CD's easily..?
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 04:49:34 -0000
Thomas Gagne wrote:
> waldek wrote:
>> what about KAudioCreator to rip CD's and Juk to manage and play? They
>> are delivered with KDE and available under multimedia menu. I agree you
>> need 2 programs but they are really easy to use.
> So now I've ripped a track, but where does it end up? Where is it saved? How
> is the file named?
I tried it and it was in a directory 'ogg'. When you go to Settings,
Configure, Encoder, you can decide where it will be saved.
I personaly use grip, wich has I think is nicer to use. Perhaps needs
more configuration and to get used to.
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