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Easy CD-DA Extractor 6, is it secure for ripping?
Yull
post Aug 22 2003, 17:08
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Since I have discovered EAC I can't imagine ripping with an other software. But now the latest EasyCDDA seems to be more powerful, easier etc.. "Error Recovery, reads audio from badly scratched CDs " says the authors. It also support flac and AAC
What do you think about it??
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manni
post Aug 22 2003, 17:11
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EAC is free (cardware) and very good quality software, why to use some commercial product instead?
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Yull
post Aug 22 2003, 17:15
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I know and I love EAC!! but ECDDAEx could also encode with alt-presets and is more faster..
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post Aug 22 2003, 17:42
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Found two threads:
Easy CDDA Extractor 5.10, ... secure ripping mode? and an alternative to EAC?.
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post Aug 22 2003, 18:21
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QUOTE (Yull @ Aug 22 2003, 06:15 PM)
I know and I love EAC!! but ECDDAEx could also encode with alt-presets and is more faster..

If you use EAC in burst mode it will be as fast as easycd. But then you won't know if your rip is ok. With easycd you never know...
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bubka
post Aug 22 2003, 18:25
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its "secure" when you pay for it... thats about it


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Yull
post Aug 22 2003, 19:09
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Yes you're right... I admit B)
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Pio2001
post Aug 22 2003, 19:15
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QUOTE (bubka @ Aug 22 2003, 08:25 PM)
its "secure" when you pay for it... thats about it

How can you call "secure" a program that doesn't tell you when some errors occur ?
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post Aug 22 2003, 20:40
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QUOTE (Pio2001 @ Aug 22 2003, 01:15 PM)
QUOTE (bubka @ Aug 22 2003, 08:25 PM)
its "secure" when you pay for it... thats about it

How can you call "secure" a program that doesn't tell you when some errors occur ?

i was making a joke about how the money transaction is secure, not that it gets more secure after it is registered biggrin.gif


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Yull
post Aug 22 2003, 20:47
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lol I have just uninstalled this program after that my firewall alert me that it's trying to connect a "strange" adress (not freedb) biggrin.gif
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post Aug 22 2003, 20:50
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QUOTE (bubka @ Aug 22 2003, 10:40 PM)
QUOTE (Pio2001 @ Aug 22 2003, 01:15 PM)
QUOTE (bubka @ Aug 22 2003, 08:25 PM)
its "secure" when you pay for it... thats about it

How can you call "secure" a program that doesn't tell you when some errors occur ?

i was making a joke about how the money transaction is secure, not that it gets more secure after it is registered biggrin.gif

Ah OK.
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