Amarok storage [was no good docs]
lan at falleagle.net
Tue Feb 19 16:39:39 PST 2008
On Tue, February 19, 2008 10:40 am, gossamer axe wrote:
> On Feb 19, 2008 9:34 AM, Lan Barnes <lan at falleagle.net> wrote:
>> On Mon, February 18, 2008 7:05 pm, gossamer axe wrote:
>> > Just out of curiosity, is there a particular reason you want to rip
>> > encode with Amarok?
>> Only because I assumed (ah, assumption again) that that's what one does.
>> I can script up a nice CD ripper/mp3 translation/storage proggie now
>> I know I'm not repeating something that was already there.
> sorry, I never used Amarok to rip/encode. I like kaudiocreator because I
> like to rip in FLAC or 320K mp3s (or both). KAC will also tag the files
> you and it seems to run pretty quick. But scripts work too. =] Have you
> tried Amarok with your son's mp3 player yet? His Ipod? Does it work
> One thing I love about Amarok is the ability to dump music and podcasts on
> my Zen.
> I have the duplicate problem as well. Too much music =]
When I rip, I like to take the raw wav's and burn a CD for later use in
making mix CDs. For Amarok, I'm thinking of storing only mp3s for space
I understand the newer players can play mp3s (auto, home). Heck, maybe my
current ones can ... whi knows? I know (because the 5-yr-old tested it)
that my DVD player will also play music CDs.
We haven't gotten beyond saving one Neil Young album, let alone loading
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