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    Angry CD Ripping

    What's everyone using to rip CD's to onto the carpc? I started using WMP but had issues with album art and Roadrunner. It didn't recognize the embedded art... Uggggggggggggggggggggggg.

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    You should check out the rr plugins forum.
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    Seems like too many tweeks and fixes to make it work. Doesn't it basically use winamp?
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    You can use Windows Media Player (make sure you edit the ripping options), which would be a good solution if you're running streetdeck or Centrafuse.

    I prefer CDex myself. http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/

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    I'm no doubt old school, but I also have had it with over-complicated-eats-my-entire-life pc foolery... (meaning the vagaries and complications of FLAC and other lossless ripping codecs)

    I rip my cd's using WMP, set to "lossless" (it's not really...) .wav files. I've never heard the music better. Winamp is clunky, my Street Deck is currently sick, so I play using WMP - works wonderfully.

    Helpful hint: I've been on the road and decided that I don't like the current music and can't change it due to traffic; so, I now throw together a quick playlist of desired music -- and drive in satisfaction!

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    I like CDEX for ripping. Uses the LAME codec (good) and is free.

    http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/?q=download

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    I too opt for CDex, fast easy free etc...
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    CDeX is a really good soft. I use it too

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