I currently use grip ( http://nostatic.org/grip/ ) to
quickly and conveniently rip CDs, encode the tracks into
MP3s, and label the MP3s - all with the SINGLE click of
grip is VERY convenient. However, the following scenario
with my laptop is causing problems:
1.) Go home or over to a friend's, where I don't have internet access.
2.) Decide that I want to rip+encode a CD of mine, or a CD for a friend, respectively.
Now, I can still rip+encode the CD, but I don't have access
to the freedb CD information database, so the MP3s end up being
labeled Track1 Track2, etc...
So here are my questions:
1.) Is there any way to automate the mp3 track labeling process
after the fact?
2.) AFAIK, grip doesn't allow me to rip a CD to my hard disk, then
easily label and encode the CD at a later time (when I have access
to the internet and freedb). Is there a program that WILL do this?
3.) How do you usually handle this situation?
Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
WingNET Internet Services,
P.O. Box 2605 // Cleveland, TN 37320-2605
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