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- Wed Feb 07, 2007 11:41 pm
- Forum: Max Development
- Topic: MusicBrainz vs. FreeDB
- Replies: 39
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I would like freedb also. I don't think MusicBrainz is as qood as they'd like to think it is. I find it annoying to have "(ft. some random artist)" in the track title. I like sorting by year and having no year tag is annoying.
I say the less bloat the better, I'd be fine with a command line ripper as long as its secure, then I can do the rest myself. But then again I don't use Tag, so I don't know how much bloat it would be adding.
...encoding to AAC 128kbps (VBR) in Max rather than iTunes? The source files are ALACs ripped by EAC, xACT and some recent ones with Max, which were encoded by iTunes. So it went: CD > wav (EAC, xACT, or Max, not itunes) > ALAC (using itunes) What are the advantages to using Max when transcoding dow...
Yeah I've tried to get that set up for a while, theres a tutorial on DylanTree about getting it to work with OSX but I just cant get it to work. I was hoping someone knew something with a nice GUI rather than command line. Thanks anyway
- Sun Mar 12, 2006 5:46 pm
- Forum: Max
- Topic: An alternative choice to freedb?
- Replies: 12
- Views: 17814
I know Gracenote isn't free to use in programs, so I'm not suggesting that. But once iTunes has looked up your CD info, it stores it in CD Info.cidb. If Max could get CD information from this file (and then from freedb if the user chooses to) it wouldn't have to connect to another source for cd info...
Hello, I really like Max. I would stick with that but here are some suggestions I thought of: Extract - although this may already be taken and is a little similar to xACT Eleven - (11) because it creates a 1:1 copy (and 1:1 looks like 11 :D) Asex - Abbreviation of asexual reproduction where identica...