1. Hi,
    I am re-ripping every CD again now into FLAC. I had originally done it the first time with EAC (as a rookie) .99 Beta and ripped all 350 of my CDs. Now I am going at this again 4 years later and found your webpage. I see there are more options in the latest 1.0 beta 2 of EAC… would you possibly be able to update your page?

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      Sorry, I don’t have a Windows PC to test it on. Most of the settings should carry over to the new version.

  2. Hey Carlton. I have an internal SSHD. Can I safely rip to that drive in my music folder or will that drive be broken sometimes. How many times can I overwrite etc.?

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      There is nothing different for Solid State Drives vs. conventional spinning disk hard drives. The data integrity is the same…and both can eventually fail, so be sure to keep a separate backup!

  3. This is a commandline for the program. How can I do something in the same way with Cuetools?

    -8 -A tukey(0.25) -A gauss(0.1875) -b 4096 -V -T “artist=%a” -T “title=%t” -T “album=%g” -T “date=%y” -T “tracknumber=%n” -T “genre=%m” %s –sector-align

  4. Hi
    When I enter the command line …. -8 -V –replay-gain -T “artist=%a” -T “title=%t” -T “album=%g” -T “date=%y” -T “tracknumber=%n” -T “genre=%m” -T comment=”%e” -T “comment=Extracted from CD using EAC” %s … into the additional command line in the external compression tab and then click test button, it tells me ‘an invalid replacement tag found’ What do I do? Thanks

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      Ian, I’m not sure which of the items is causing the issue. The required items for ripping the file correctly are -8 -V –replay-gain. The others are for tagging the file with the correct metadata. Try removing the tagging options starting with -T one at a time until you find a combination that works.

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