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Andre Wiethoff releases Easy Audio Copy

Reply #50
I don't think Andre will find much of a market. Not that many people rip CDs anymore, and most who do use iTunes (free) and think it does a fine job. Those who know better have either mastered the free Exact Audio Copy or long ago invested in dBpoweramp.

I'd like to see Andre make some money after all he's done for us over the years, but I'm afraid Easy Audio Copy has come on the market way too late.

Andre Wiethoff releases Easy Audio Copy

Reply #51
Easy Audio Copy cannot do the same with no marketing and no word of mouth. Few people have ever heard of it.


... and not too many are interested in ripping CDs anymore either.
Memento: this is Hydrogenaudio. Do not assume good faith.

Andre Wiethoff releases Easy Audio Copy

Reply #52
Easy Audio Copy cannot do the same with no marketing and no word of mouth. Few people have ever heard of it.


... and not too many are interested in ripping CDs anymore either.


I found it truly sad there is so little buzz around this killer, easy to use software.  I had done a review and posted it at several sites but also found this discussion so I registered here just to share my take on it.

Andre Wiethoff releases Easy Audio Copy

Reply #53
I added an Easy Audio Copy column to the chart at http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title...n_of_CD_rippers

This program sure leaves a big mess in %TEMP%\EasyAudioCopy... not sure if it's because I canceled the error correction that it said was gonna take 491 hours or what.

Andre Wiethoff releases Easy Audio Copy

Reply #54
I added an Easy Audio Copy column to the chart at http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title...n_of_CD_rippers

This program sure leaves a big mess in %TEMP%\EasyAudioCopy... not sure if it's because I canceled the error correction that it said was gonna take 491 hours or what.


Reading the chart and comparing Easy and EAC it does seem to me they are functioning nearly identically, is that what you found?

Andre Wiethoff releases Easy Audio Copy

Reply #55
Reading the chart and comparing Easy and EAC it does seem to me they are functioning nearly identically, is that what you found?


At the lowest level, they probably operate the same in how they deal with drives and drive errors, but no, they don't really work the same. As I understand, Easy works a lot more like dbpoweramp - first trying burst mode with AccurateRip verification, then automatically falling back to secure mode. (Something that could/should have been implemented in EAC years ago.)

 
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