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    Touch screen friendly cd ripper

    Hey all was just wondering if there is any cd ripping software that is touch screen friendly. If not is there any one that is thinking about coding one up I donít know how much work this would be. I wish I could do it but I am no programmer. There are so many cool programs that everyone writes up around here just wondering if some one new of one or was thinking about doing it. It would just be a cool thing to be able to easily rip a cd in my car and right now I havenít seen anything that is to easy to use in the car.

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    have a look at audio grabber, once yourve set it up i think it would be touch screen friendly.




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    thanks i will take a look at that

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    Any one know of any others maybe with a built in keyboard I donít have internet all the time in my car so it would be nice to be able to name them something until I could connect and update the id3 tags

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    You can easily start with PyMedia package. CD Ripper with CDDB( local ) support would be about 100 lines of code. Plus you can use pygame to have your touch screen interface. I think ~150 lines. PyCar have examples of how you can create touchscreen ready interface in really small amount of code.
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    you can download the freedb, and in the settings somewhere you set it to use the local db.

    then all you have to do in your car is press the freedb button and it will get the tags from the file on your computer, then press the grab button
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    wo didnt know u could do that does freedb do album art or do any cddb programs do album art

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    Quote Originally Posted by vipergda
    Any one know of any others maybe with a built in keyboard I donít have internet all the time in my car so it would be nice to be able to name them something until I could connect and update the id3 tags
    Windows comes with a built-in on-screen keyboard. Can you guess what it is called... (On-Screen Keyboard). You can find it under START > Programs > Accessories > Accessibility. If you don't have it, you probably need to install it off the XP CD or you can click START > RUN > osk.exe . It also remains on top of other applications so typing stuff isn't too much of a task (for track listings, it may get a bit tendious since on a regular keyboard it becomes a pain).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbors
    You can easily start with PyMedia package. CD Ripper with CDDB( local ) support would be about 100 lines of code. Plus you can use pygame to have your touch screen interface. I think ~150 lines. PyCar have examples of how you can create touchscreen ready interface in really small amount of code.
    seen your web, nice project and low price!
    you are lucky to put your carpc in dash with depth of it in 180mm in your car!

    my 2 din carpc based on epia M1000 have 20mm above dash in my mazda
    the DIN is 180x50x150, maybe wehave to wait Epia Nano for a real in dash

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    Sorry for OT.
    I don't believe 1DIN size has strict definition for the depth. Most of the 1DIN devices has depth > 170mm.
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