Re: audio cd reading/ripping really slow
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 13:39:44 +0100
Ian Pilcher wrote:
> lesshaste wrote:
>> Do you have any idea if later 2.4.x or 2.5.x kernels have fixed this?
>> I can't resist any method to reduce the number of times I have to boot
>> into Windows :)
> I think that it might have been fixed in the 2.5 series. Not really
> sure, though.
> Keep in mind that audio CDs simply aren't designed to be read at these
> speeds. I really doubt that you're going to get good results without
> software that does a lot of error correction.
> For example, I have a Creative 52x CD-ROM, and I get actual speed of
> about 8x with EAC (http://www.exactaudiocopy.de) secure mode.
> Good luck!
Thanks very much.
If you look at this link (which covers my cd-rw drive) it implies that
you can get 40x and more for DAE without any errors (not using Linux sadly).
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