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Sound Juicer doesn't respect Lame's codec settings when ripping CDs
Using Sound Juicer I am able to rip CDs very conveniently. I would like to rip them in about 256 kbit/s variable bitrate. To accomplish this I have defined the settings for mp3 in ...
Jan 30 '11 at 13:43
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