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The cursesmodule is now much easier to install thanks to the Python Distutils-SIG which you may have to install. 11-May-2000 Finally Jack is hosted on . 10-Jan-2000 New Version (2.99.0-pre) "ain't Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... It examines universal access and the racial and ethnic digital divide from the perspective of digital media learning and youth. I'm not knowledgeable enough to know when to move away from the recommended settings, but the recommended settings have never given me a problem. Source

It's only the scratched ones that require lots of retries. Each track rip is an independent file, so just collect the good files together even if ripped from different drives. special characters? Good luck in what ever you decide to do.

The help-box now stays on top unless you press "?" or disable it (see manpage). 28-Nov-2004 Just over one year, again. I see you are also getting help from Spoon on the dBpoweramp forum and that he recommends multiple drives, as opposed to a single "good one". Storage is so cheap these days that for practical purposes the difference in file size between FLAC and 320 kbps MP3 isn't enormous...

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ETA: And I also hadn't noticed you'd already suggested FLAC. Thanks for the suggestions, Bob #1 bob4432, May 1, 2016 Last edited: May 3, 2016 Loading... Get two, rip to WAV/PCM and clone/copy to the 2nd disk so you'll have a full backup. it schedules it's ripping / encoding processes depending on available space.

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I shall also have a look at Audex as suggested by the other reply (for which thanks to the sender as I too use KDE). http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-pc-won-t-power-on-thread.html Added Ogg/Vorbis support, renamed cursesmodule to jack_cursesmodule (this avoids conflicts) and cleaned up a bit. So frustrating. All that applies to the CVS version is also true for this one, so read on below!

Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends. But you can rip and transcode directly to mp3 as well. I too have had drives fail, sometimes treasured and expensive SCSI drives on my old OS/2 machine and it is possible that the drive now in question is weak but it have a peek here Actually, your description of how you want to rip and all that is a mess.

Personally, if your CDs are generally in good condition I would turn c2 pointers off, regardless of whether your drive claims to support them. Several people here in the forum will suggest the usage of k3b and I do use it to make my CD's, but just found Asunder to work more like the way MacArThe John D.

Any fix?

Still no documentation updates. Last year, I decided that I wanted to have at least part of the collection ripped in Apple Lossless, which I did not do the first time. Jack is different from other such tools in a number of ways: it is written in python it is very configurable, maybe too much :) it doesn't need X (but is I recommend Exact Audio Copy.

If a track fails and ends with an error, it's worth trying another drive. All bugs fixed, some improvements. 07-Nov-2001 Jack 2.99.7 released. I would like to add that I have had to replace CD/DVD drives many times after odd issues have occurred and so far no CD's I have tried to rip have Check This Out for a couple of CD's.

It is hands down the best tool for the job. EAC automatically rips to *.wav, transcodes, tags according to what you've set up, and deletes the *.wav. Personally, if your CDs are generally in good condition I would turn c2 pointers off, regardless of whether your drive claims to support them.