how does media center compare to eac and lame

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Hi..impressed by the reviews of media center..I see it uses lame to encode.How does it compare to ripping with eac and encoding with lame.
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thequietman said:
Hi..impressed by the reviews of media center..I see it uses lame to encode.How does it compare to ripping with eac and encoding with lame.
Thanks:)

With regard to ripping, you can select the "digital secure" mode--which is what EAC uses, and IMHO is the best overall, although it's a little slower. You'll have to change the setting on the MC9 ripper however--the default mode is "digital burst"--but this is easily changed with a couple of clicks.

With regard to encoding, you can customize the MC9 encoder (LAME) with any of the presets you use with your EAC/LAME encoder.


Personally, what I do is use the MC9 ripper in "digital secure", and use my LAME encoder that is coupled with EAC/LAME as an external encoder. Here is a link to the thread in the old forums if you're interested (hopefully links to the old forums will work):


http://www.xsorbit1.com/users/dennx/index.cgi?board=mediajukebox&action=display&num=1044032009
 
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