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    highest quality flac ripp

    Hi!

    I want to make flac from CDs and I want to get the highest quality possible no matter how long it takes. What parameters should I use?
    Thanks for the help!!

    Laurent

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    Re: highest quality flac ripp

    When ripping to flac, CD Ripper will rip to the highest quality (44.1kHz, 16-bit) using the default settings.

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    Re: highest quality flac ripp

    I'd also rip to uncompressed. If space isn't an issue, no harm.

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    Re: highest quality flac ripp

    Quote Originally Posted by timster67 View Post
    I'd also rip to uncompressed. If space isn't an issue, no harm.
    Sorry, that is nonsense, IMO.

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    Re: highest quality flac ripp

    Well, some say... and in theory you're right. But like I said - no harm is there?

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    Re: highest quality flac ripp

    Quote Originally Posted by timster67 View Post
    Well, some say... and in theory you're right. But like I said - no harm is there?
    Only that you are perpetuating a myth.

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    Re: highest quality flac ripp

    Quote Originally Posted by mville View Post
    Only that you are perpetuating a myth.
    That is it! It does no harm for me to paint my toenails purple while I am ripping CDs. But this has about the same chance of improving sound quality as ripping to uncompressed FLAC.

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