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Old 28-02-2006, 15:46
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cd iso to mp3

does anyone know of a program which can rip cd images to mp3s without having to open and burn the cd image. the images i have and would like to convert to mp3s are .nrg nero images. thanks for any input and/or help.
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You sound really lazy for me. All you have to do is mount the image in Daemon Tools and use a ripper program like Windows Media Player or any other cd ripper program to rip the mp3's.
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Wouldn't it be much simpler to rip the original CD's rather than their images?!
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Quote:
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Wouldn't it be much simpler to rip the original CD's rather than their images?!
Its faster to use images. You just have to know how to use it.
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