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  1.    #1  
    Thanks for the replies regarding getting a program to rip cd's -

    Now another question - I'm totally new to doing this so go easy on me --

    Once rippped - do I have to have another program to encode it into mp3 or can you specify in the program you want it as an mp3?

    Thanks.
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    Depends. Some software has the encoder built-in, others can spawn off an external encoder after the files have been ripped.
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    Use iTunes. It will rip and encode it automatically to mp3.
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    DON'T USE ITUNES. YOU ARENT USING AN IPOD YOU ARE USING A TREO, SO WHY USE ITUNES. Continue to email me. I will guide you. I rip directly to mp3.
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    Dude, just stick a cd in your computer and open Windows Media Player. Make sure under options it is set to rip to .mp3 format. Click the rip button at the top and wait a few minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gapost
    Dude, just stick a cd in your computer and open Windows Media Player. Make sure under options it is set to rip to .mp3 format. Click the rip button at the top and wait a few minutes.
    Tried that and I got a message saying it wouldn't rip because there wasn't a compatible mp3 encoder installed --

    I've been using CDEX since the above posts and it seems fine --

    MG
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    Are you using Media player 10?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gapost
    Are you using Media player 10?
    Yes -

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