eac

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by bluzeboy, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. bluzeboy

    bluzeboy Bluzeboy

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    I’m far from an expert ,it’s been recommended to me on this forum to use EAC for recording my CD’S .my question is what player is best & how can I use EAC to play back my music cd’s I have put on my harddrive?
    I’ve been using wmp & I’m looking to get better quality music files.
     
  2. meisme

    meisme Guest

    heres a complete guide on EAC. LINK

    In order to play mp3's all you need in winamp. LINK
     
  3. lechtard

    lechtard Guest

    That guide will help you out - Eac dose'nt play mp3's it only plays cd's. If you want to play the mp3's use winamp ...
     
  4. bluzeboy

    bluzeboy Bluzeboy

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    thanks guys
     
  5. bluzeboy

    bluzeboy Bluzeboy

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    one more question ,how do i get the recorded tracks to winamp ?
     
  6. meisme

    meisme Guest

    EAC takes the songs from the CD an saves them as mp3, the mp3's are saved to your hard drive, winamp then play the mp3's just like a normal CD.
     
  7. Gus K

    Gus K NTFS abuser

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    Seems like that would depend on how/what you used to encode them with.

    Although many rave abour EAC, I've found CDex to be the best one stop, ready to go app. Lame (along with OGG and more) are already installed and ready to go. The Lame -alt- preset standard gives great results and can simply be chosen (along with all the presets) from settings. Nothing extra to install, no external set-ups required.
     
  8. lechtard

    lechtard Guest

    Cdex is very a very nice prog .. I like it alot, when I don't use EAC that is the one I use ..