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Re: Ripping CDs in KDE - Can it Get ANY Easier?

  • Subject: Re: Ripping CDs in KDE - Can it Get ANY Easier?
  • From: Snit <usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 23:17:01 -0700
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  • Thread-topic: Ripping CDs in KDE - Can it Get ANY Easier?
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"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> stated in post
1950211.3VK5ZIH5Wu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on 10/28/08 5:18 PM:

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> 
> * Enter CD
> 
> * Pop-up menu shows up asking if the user's desire is to play or open the CD's
> content in a file manager. Open in file manager.
> 
> * Voila! In the background, KDE has fetched the tracks info for the entire
> album (over the Web) and within 1 second the tracks appear as aptly-named
> files.
> 
> *Drag and drop the directory called MP3 (or Ogg) where you want it and bam!
> All
> done.
> 
> How is this done in Windows?

Damn, in OS X you need:

    at least half a dozen mouse-clicks in seemingly
    unrelated positions

at least according to Peter Köhlmann.  I guess Linux has a big win there.
:)


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