As there is more than one option while making mp3’s would you have a preference out of these options.
Once I have loaded the original CD… I then have 2 options, one is to rip Audio CD, the other is to convert Audio format, it seems to me although I may be wrong but these two options amount to the same, perhaps you can correct me on that, but which would you choose?
Also in the preferences of the program used to read the disc there are the following…and wondered if you thought that these that are set below look fine to work with, and or what difference to the reading of each start and end track there would be by changing any of those preferences.
Please bear in mind that I am either ripping or converting a max of say 29 tracks first, then I need to join them by keeping the very same bitrate, but on some of the CD’s I am using there can be some that when ripping to the multiple mp3 first can often have maybe a slight part of some of the tracks clipped, and I have found that if I use Shuangs Audio Joiner this helps with that, and I think it helps as the program encodes rather than just batch processing without encoding.
Anyway, please let me know what you think as it takes a while ripping these discs and I would very much like to get this right without the ned to have to rip.convert them all again.
[B]D Drive Settings: Read frames 27
Read type: Standard Read or Jitter Corrected Read
Overlap frames: 3
Check frames: 1
Read CD Text which is enabled
On The Fly Encoding which is enabled[/B]