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Exact Audio Copy v1.7 [now v1.8]

Exact Audio Copy v1.7 released

Homepage:
http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/

Download:
https://www.exactaudiocopy.de/en/index.php/resources/download/

Changelog July 13, 2024:
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- Standard setup now using AccurateRip meta instead of gnudb.org for metadata retrieval
- AccurateRip meta does not yet support submissions, but will be in the future
- Updated the Musicbrainz Metadata plugin, for better CD information, more covers & lyrics
- Removed freedb integration completely (including genre selection, etc.)
- Updated flac and CTDB applications in the EAC setup
- Fixed and new command line parameters
- Fixed problem of using the wrong browser when opening a link
- Found a problem with communication with AcoustID via the plugin

Exact Audio Copy v1.8 released

Changelog July 14, 2024:
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- There was a small problem with version 1.7 when using it as fresh install on a new computer. In that case, no email address was set and thus the metadata retrieval failed. Here comes version 1.8, which should fix this problem.

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Re: Exact Audio Copy v1.7 [now v1.8]

Reply #1
Great!  3.5 years since 1.6, great to see!!  Thanks for the heads up!


Re: Exact Audio Copy v1.7 [now v1.8]

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July 14, 2024
There was a small problem with version 1.7 when using it as fresh install on a new computer. In that case, no email address was set and thus the metadata retrieval failed. Here comes version 1.8, which should fix this problem.
korth

Re: Exact Audio Copy v1.7 [now v1.8]

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Because of some concerns regarding freedb/gnudb, I removed the freedb support completely, including freedb genre, etc.
What concerns were there?
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