CD audio ripping in Jaunty
jonorland at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 18:25:19 UTC 2009
On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 7:18 PM, Nigel Ridley
<nigel at prayingforisrael.net> wrote:
> Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
>> Em Quinta-feira 10 Setembro 2009, Nigel Ridley escreveu:
>>> What's with Jaunty and ripping audio CD's? First a dialogue window
>>> doesn't pop up and ask me what I want to do. I then unsuccessfully
>>> tried to mount it so that I could see its content in Dolphin, and
>>> hopefully, as in the old Konqueror, just copy the 'MP3' folder to my
>>> home folder. I also tried K3B but it kept giving errors every time I
>>> tried to rip the audio CD.
>> You can't mount an audio CD, because there is no file system on it. Once
>> there is no file system, there is no MP3 folder and no files to copy
>> either, just raw data. Unless you mean a data CD with mp3 files on it.
>> Take a look at audex and grip, both are in Ubuntu repos and can rip
>> audio CDs to any format you like (assuming you have the proper codecs
> So how does one view the contents of the audio CD? (Commercial audio CD - not MP3's).
> With Gutsy you could navigate to it using Konqueror but in Jaunty it's just not possible.
When i insert a audiocd i get 4 options: Store with K3b, Play with
KsCD, Rip with KaudioCreator and Open Audio CD in Dolphin. Choosing
open with Dolphin the CD opens with Dolphin and i can see several
folders i can copy to. Flac, Mp3, Ogg Vorbis, Wav, CDA etc.
I'm running Jaunty with KDE 4.3.1 and several other PPA so i'm not
sure where my options coming from.
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