On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 6:10 AM, Philipp Überbacher
> Excerpts from T o n g's message of 2011-06-23 18:08:36 +0200:
>> I'm wondering what's the proper tools for ripping/copying CDs.
>> Sorry to bring up an "old" topic again, but I felt that a popular tools 3
>> or 5 years ago might not be popular any more and there might be better
>> (developed/maintained) tools available now.
>> Seems that all such GUI tools are based on cdparanoia. I'm mostly looking
>> for GTK or CLI based tools. But still, there are lots to choose from. I'm
>> wondering what's the popular and better developed and maintained ones.
>> Also, if I want to copy audio CDs as-is. or convert/burn existing encoded
>> audio files to CD, including the Lossless compression APE format, what's
>> the proper tools for that?
>> All in all, I'm asking for a all-round solution for CD ripping/writing
> If you're looking for accurate rips, look at morituri or rubyripper.
I think that the best application to grab audio from a CD is EAC. It
is only available for windows (I know that this a Debian forum). This
program is one of the reasons I keep a windows partition in my hard
drive. I does a great job specially with CDs which are not good (ex.
scratch). It has lot of features like detection of read errors or
comparing some kind of hash of the ripping with a database, etc...
It also has many options to write a CUE sheet. You need a CUE sheet to
make an exact copy of your CD with your tracks(ex. in flac or mp3)
EAC is what I have used to convert my CD collection to flac. It is
worthy to use it. Unfortunately it runs in windows
I think you can
run it with wine
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