I use a totally different software from NCH. Dirt cheap and very reliable.
בתאריך 30/11/12 3:54 PM, ציטוט Tom Fine:
> I "upgraded" to the latest version of Exact Audio Copy and all of a
> sudden the software is
> _terrible_ compared to earlier versions. Running on Windows XP, circa
> 2010 Dell Workstation, so
> plenty of computing power.
> Here are the problems:
> 1. the worst is all kinds of random "read error" problems, which are
> NOT problems with the CD or
> drive. How do I know this? The track can be easily extracted into
> Sound Forge, playback and waveform
> analysis shows no problems with the digital file, and it can then
> easily be saved to WAV. So how
> come SoundForge can extract the tracks just fine? What is EAC doing to
> the drive to make it have
> read errors, or is the software screwy and declaring false problems?
> 2. the new interface is user-hostile in many ways. You have to be an
> expert to set up simple
> parameters like what kind of file do you want ripped.
> 3. the interface with freedb (and, apparently, other less-reliable
> online databases) is
> time-consuming and sometimes doesn't find discs that show right up in
> iTunes or Roxio. Some of this
> might be freedb vs. Gracenote errors, but none of these were obscure
> or long-out-of-print discs.
> 4. the program has become so bloated that it works sluggishly at best
> on anything but a very modern
> computer. It used to be streamlined and work great on all XP machines.
> I've decided to "downgrade" to their circa 2008 version, which had
> less of this "crowd-sourced"
> error-checking stuff built-in but constantly, quickly and reliably
> ripped CDs to WAV and MP3 for me.
> Has anyone else had these problems?
> -- Tom Fine
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