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Windows 7: Ripping High quality music from cds? Which program?

12 May 2010   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Copying the CD is copying the cd. It's exactly the same.

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12 May 2010   #32

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zzz2496 View Post
OMG... isn't it obvious enough???

Alright, since you're so slow, here's the hard cold answer... no, it's not even a rip, it's not lossy or lossless, it's a copy - as in EXACT COPY... good grief...

Wow your really helpful.
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12 May 2010   #33

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
I want to add something in this discussion .

Generally a music rip may be of two types - lossless and lossy . The common lossless formats for windows are wav and flac , another popular format is apple lossless code. Among them, we may use wav format to rip (it will rip the exact) and if we want something lossy to shrink size, most popular format is mp3.

Both the two are done using WMP12, and nicely.
What about ripping from cd to cd. Is that considered lossy or lossless?
From CD to CD ... it is copying, not ripping. Through copying you will get a duplicate of the original, and surely no question of data loss arises.

In case of copying, just take care of your true copy, dont let the disk to get a scratch , and insert it everytime you want to listen it ... thats all
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