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Earl Purple

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  1. I just want to remove DRM. I do that by burning to CD then ripping back again. That's why I so much want to rip custom various artists CDs because most of them are ones I've made myself.
  2. For something like a sermon you will definitely want variable bit-rate because that will use a very low bit-rate during any point when he pauses and there are probably quite a few of those. You may wish to use a splitter too and divide it into maybe 5 portions of 9 minutes each.
  3. That's the other comment I wanted to make. I don't like installing my software onto C. I wasn't given an option during the installation process as to which directory I wanted to install my software.
  4. I mainly rip "custom" CDs, often various artists, and I have not been able to find any software that supports this. As with all the others, your software insists on one artist, one album title, then goes to search it on a database. I would like the following when I rip an CD: - Tracks go into the directory where I choose without creating any sub-directories - Tracks have format [Artist] - [Title].mp3 (eg "Earl's Band - Rhapsody In Purple.mp3" ) - Tags written as appropriate. You have custom file-naming formats but only when the album was searched on a database. My CDs will o
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