Copying your CD's to PC - best method?

  chrismuir 17:48 03 Oct 04


Now that I have a big enough hard drive, I want to copy my CD collection onto my PC. From there i can play it direct or download to an MP3 player for going down the gym etc. What is the best way of doing this - using media player or is there a better program??


  bremner 17:53 03 Oct 04

Unless you have the codec WMP will not rip to mp3.

It will come down to personal choice. I prefer iTunes to WMP. click here

Does your mp3 player not come with aan mp3 ripping program.

  GibsonSt19 17:54 03 Oct 04

Used to used WPM, however iTunes is much slicker.

  GibsonSt19 17:54 03 Oct 04

Darn fingers.

  canard 19:47 03 Oct 04

click here Easy to use for ripping CD tracks.

  chrismuir 22:24 04 Oct 04


Downloaded iTunes, seems easy to use but when I tried to copy one of my original CD's to the library it copied ok, but when I try to play a track all I hear is a popping noise. I had selected the error correction option in the importing preferences.........any ideas?


  THE TERMINATOR 23:06 04 Oct 04

click here and get free rip, it's easy to use, will rip your tracks where you want, and above all free....TT

  THE TERMINATOR 23:07 04 Oct 04

I beg your pardon, above all it is free....TT

  GANDALF <|:-)> 23:46 04 Oct 04

Just use Windows Media Player..takes about 1.5 minutes per CD and if you are connected to the Net it will download all the track titles, the cover and a critque. I recently copied over 200 CDs and there were only two (Fruup and Ange) that it could not get the album listing for ;-))


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