Good CD Ripper For Windows?

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Apr 14, 2008
  1. .::5pYd3r::.
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    Hi!

    I've been using Linux until recently and i've been having trouble trying to find a good audio ripper that has support for ogg and is highly customizable. Something like Ubuntu's default audio ripper is what i have in mind.

    Thanks in Advance!
     
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    Have you been to vorbis.com ?
     
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    Yes, i have actually.
     
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    A very good, often referred to as best, audio ripper is Exact Audio Copy. Not sure about integrated .ogg encoding support, could be possible with a plugin.
     
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    Until recently? So you still use it? If you do, try that Exact Audio Copy like jelbo recommended
     
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    "Until recently" implies that he no longer uses it.

    And Exact Audio Copy is a Windows application.
     
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    I love CDex. You can use just about any encoding engine with it (I use LAME for MP3...but you can use Vorbis or anything, really). Great app, and it's completely free.
     

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