I noticed that there were choices as far as what to rip the CD as to a file… bin, iso, or img. What are the advantages of each? I realized all the files I ripped with CD Clone last month with a big portion of my cd collection were all ripped using the .IMG file extension - which I wish I wouldn’t have used, because they all come with tag-a-long supplementary files when they are put on my hard drive.
So, what I’m looking for is what is easiest to emulate a disc (WHILE MAINTAINING a multi-track config, so basically it would be a carbon copy of the cd) as though I had the cd in the optical drive, which would probably be an .ISO if I’m not mistaken? [B]I just want whatever is easiest to double click and listen to, or to drag and drop onto my MP3 player if I want…straight from my hdd[/B]
Please let me know your thoughts, and whether or not I should use a certain file extension when saving, [B]and also if I can do anything about the huge portion of the .IMG files I already saved of my CD collection last month in order to make them user friendly files I can listen to on the go, or put on my MP3 player or rip certain single tracks off of.[/B]
(The reason why i am against the .IMG and .BIN is because I don’t understand them, and I don’t like using virtual drives like Daemon, so maybe once you all can shed some light on everything I can make a choice and fix everything) THANKS!!!