[Mageia-discuss] Ripping to mp3
dbello at gmail.com
Wed Jun 13 03:40:36 CEST 2012
On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 3:24 PM, Anne Wilson <annew at kde.org> wrote:
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> On 12/06/12 17:57, Oliver Burger wrote:
>> Am 12.06.2012 17:37, schrieb Anne Wilson:
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>>> I have an audio CD that I want to rip to mp3. My favourite
>>> ripper is grip, but I can't get the configuration right. I have
>>> installed the fluendo mp3 codec (it seemed to install, anyway).
>> We do have fluendo codecs? That's kind of new to me.
> I "bought" the mp3 codec for simplicity, some time ago. If this could
> cause problems it should be possible to remove it.
>>> I don't recall having to do anything more than that in the past.
>>> Am I still missing a package?
>> You do have the tainted repos enabled and lame installed?
> Duh! How did I miss the repo disablement? No wonder I couldn't find
>> What about using soundkonverter?
> Never tried that. I like the simplicity, just-works, of grip - I've
> used it for years. Maybe it's time to try something new :-)
> Thanks for the help. I'll try ripping again in the morning.
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How about kaudiocreator + lame?
That is what I use.
Diego Bello Carreño
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