When I ripped my CD collection I found there were two ID tag
databases. One is free and one is pay. Winamp and iTunes use the same
database. EAC uses another. Which program are you using to rip and
obtain your ID tag data? I was using a program that accessed the pay
database and then it could then be imported into EAC for a great rip.
On 1/31/18, JM Casey <crystallo...@ca.inter.net> wrote:
> I honestly don't know, and would be somewhat curious about what links
> might provide. Discogs maybe? Although I'm not at all sure they provide
> However you can go into winamp for instance and manually edit the id3 tags,
> and also edit the filenames accordingly. I know you probably want a quicker
> solution, but that usually works for me, anyway.
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> Subject: [all-audio] When ripping disks!
> I have a double disk album called "The Ella Fitzgerald Collection" and when
> ripping disk 1, all fine, tracks numbered and titled, album titled and
> ripped successfully. Second disk, same album, "unknown album" "unknown
> artist" and "track 001" . . . 00n!
> I threw it at Winamp still no joy.
> Can anybody please supply links for other than CDDB (I think it is) where
> this may be completed?
> I am using PowerToGo for ripping, which came with my Windows7 system.
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