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MP3 audio stuff that I found helpful
- Easy CD-DA Extractor is worth buying. It makes the ripping process so much easier. Their tech support is excellent as well. I sent them an E-mail regarding a question I had before I registered the program and they responded withing 24 hours. You pay once and get lifetime updates for free. My kind of customer service. My favored Output Filename format is <Album Artist>\<Album> - <Year>\<Number>. <Title>
- Archive your CDs using the .flac codec. Just Google that extension and you'll find out all about it. Once your collection is in this lossless format, you can re-encode it to anything you want. This format is big though, more than four times larger than an excellent quality MP3 file. Time to buy that new hard drive. Add the flac plugin for Winamp and you can play those high quality rips.
- The free program MP3Tag is extremely good software for doing all kinds of things with your audio files. Download it here. It's WORTHY of your donation.
- A MUST HAVE ---> Add the file html_nickless_color_schemes_directorylist.mte to C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\export. This file is available on my webpage. This is authored by a person named nickless, a poster on mp3tag.de. After you add it to the directory, launch the Mp3tag program, click File > Export > Select the Nickless config file > Click Yes > Voila! You'll see all your files. The html file is put at the root location of your music. It is in my opinion the best export configuration that's available on that site. I looked at every one of them. Most weren't all that useful and some just wouldn't work. The ones by squonk were VERY frustrating to me. I never could get them to work and they were poorly documented. This export file gives you a very nice, sortable and click-to-play html listing for all your ripped files.