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In article <0001HW.BB438C370018C524F0407600news.individual.n et>, DaveC <dave+usenet3016mailblocks.com> wrote: > What freeware/shareware utilities are available to rip CDs? > iTunes. -- Tom Stiller PGP fingerprint = 5108 DDB2 9761 EDE5 E7E3 7BDA 71ED 6496 99C0 C7CF...

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    Default Re: CD -> MP3 ripper for OS X?

    In article <0001HW.BB438C370018C524F0407600news.individual.n et>,
    DaveC <dave+usenet3016mailblocks.com> wrote:
    > What freeware/shareware utilities are available to rip CDs?
    >
    iTunes.

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    Tom Stiller

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    In article <0001HW.BB438C370018C524F0407600news.individual.n et>,
    DaveC <dave+usenet3016mailblocks.com> wrote:
    > What freeware/shareware utilities are available to rip CDs?
    >
    > Thanks,
    iTunes (free from Apple)

    Marc

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    In article <0001HW.BB43D9A0001B0890F060B600news.individual.n et>, DaveC
    <dave+usenet3016mailblocks.com> wrote:
    > On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 4:31:13 -0700, Marc Heusser wrote
    > (in message <marc.heusser-31DF41.13311323072003news.bluewin.ch>):
    >
    > > iTunes (free from Apple)
    >
    > I watched my friend copy tracks from an audio CD into his playlist. We
    > weren't sure if iTunes was just saving the whole (large) audio tracks, or
    > "ripping" them as MP3's.
    >
    > Are these actually being converted to MP3's when he copies these off the
    > disc?
    >
    > Thanks,
    In iTunes:

    1) Insert CD and see it show up in "Playlist" area
    2) Select CD in Playlist
    3) Click "Import" button at upper right of window
    4) Wait for it to complete importing (progress shows in status box at
    top center of window)

    This will import the songs into your Library in whatever format you
    have set in your Preferences (usually either MP3 or AAC).

    --
    Spenser
    sbt Guest

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    Default Re: CD -> MP3 ripper for OS X?

    In article <0001HW.BB43D9A0001B0890F060B600news.individual.n et>,
    DaveC <dave+usenet3016mailblocks.com> wrote:
    > I watched my friend copy tracks from an audio CD into his playlist.
    > We weren't sure if iTunes was just saving the whole (large) audio
    > tracks, or "ripping" them as MP3's.
    >
    > Are these actually being converted to MP3's when he copies these off
    > the disc?
    It depends on the Preferences -> Importing settings. iTunes can import
    tracks from Audio CDs as AIFF, WAV, MP3, or AAC files.

    After you've set the Importing preferences, just insert a CD, select it
    in iTunes, and click the "Import" button. iTunes will copy the tracks
    from the CD and convert them to the selected format.

    If you have a track in iTunes and aren't sure what kind of file it is,
    just select it and do a Get Info.
    Wayne C. Morris Guest

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