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    Re: Rip and encode CD's as MP3 320 KBPS Rhythmbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Nat90 View Post
    Here's what you should put

    Code:
    audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc bitrate=320 ! id3v2mux
    I recommend you use Sound Juicer though, here's a guide for 320 bitrate

    http://ubuntuhowtos.com/howtos/rip_audio_to_mp3
    Thanks for Posting that how to! I will also check it out... Plan on teaching my family to use sound juicer and if I can set it up for higher bitrates, so much the better!

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    Re: Rip and encode CD's as MP3 320 KBPS Rhythmbox

    Hey all,

    I would suggest RipperX. It can be found in the repository and can be installed using Synaptic(dependencies will be taken care of). I am using it for a week now and it is nice.
    You can choose from various bit rates including 128k, 256k and 320k(max).
    can choose different VBR quality
    Can rip to mp3, ogg, flac
    Has CDDB which can find track info online and attach tag n ids to the tracks
    Has GUI and in few clicks you are good to go !!!
    I am using it on 10.04 and so far so good

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    Unhappy Re: Rip and encode CD's as MP3 320 KBPS Rhythmbox

    And WHY THE F is MP3 not the default format for exporting a cd to your library? Majority of the people would want mp3, why is ogg the default for? Give me a break!

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    Re: Rip and encode CD's as MP3 320 KBPS Rhythmbox

    Why use Sound Juicer or one of the many stand alone applications instead of say, Rhythymbox, Banshee or Exaile? If the LAME encoder is what is used, shouldn't quality and settings be the same? Still fairly new to this. On my main desktop at work I still use iTunes for encoding and Mediamonkey for my tag editing/album art. Trying to familiarize myself with some new stuff here.

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    Re: Rip and encode CD's as MP3 320 KBPS Rhythmbox

    I have tried to use RipperX but couldn't figure out why it creates a WAV file first and then the created mp3 file had no ID3 tag info, looked nice, but its no Sound Juicer.

    Quote Originally Posted by inspiredminds View Post
    Hey all,

    I would suggest RipperX. It can be found in the repository and can be installed using Synaptic(dependencies will be taken care of). I am using it for a week now and it is nice.
    You can choose from various bit rates including 128k, 256k and 320k(max).
    can choose different VBR quality
    Can rip to mp3, ogg, flac
    Has CDDB which can find track info online and attach tag n ids to the tracks
    Has GUI and in few clicks you are good to go !!!
    I am using it on 10.04 and so far so good
    Kind Regards, Leona
    Main: Compucase 7KJC, MSI H77MA-G43, Intel I3-3225 3.3Ghz, 8Gb DDR3-1600 XMS RAM, 64Gb SanDisk SSD (/ /boot)+2Tb WD Green HDD (/home), Mint 17.3 Cinnamon 64Bit.
    Mobile: Acer Switch 10, NT.L6JEK.011, Ubuntu Gnome 15.10 64Bit

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