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New Couldn't you still just rip the songs with a MP3 Ripper?
They may have to modify the MP3 Ripper, but I think it still can rip the songs into MP3 format. Then you could use Nero or some other CD copy program to turn the MP3s into an Audio CD without the copy protection on it.


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New You wouldn't need the MP3 step to do that.
All rippers originally ripped to .WAV files - and there's no reason they still couldn't.

Wade.

Is it enough to love
Is it enough to breathe
Somebody rip my heart out
And leave me here to bleed
 
Is it enough to die
Somebody save my life
I'd rather be Anything but Ordinary
Please

-- "Anything but Ordinary" by Avril Lavigne.

New Re: You wouldn't need the MP3 step to do that.
But then Nero could take the WAV or MP3 file and turn it into an audio track, right?


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New WAV=Original audio; MP3=LOSSY-compressed. So why use MP3 ?!?
New Because MP3 saves on hard drive space
unless you happen to have one of those Monster 100Gig hard drives, you tend to worry about space like I do. It tends to fill up quite fast downloading Linux ISO images, Delphi and Kylix trials, VisualWorks and Squeak, and other things that fill up a 10Gig hard drive really fast.

So having 20 3Meg files verses 20 16Meg files can really make a difference.


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New We were talking about burning CDs, see thread start subject.
New Yes but if you cannot burn a CD because it is protected
you can get around it by making a WAV or MP3 file and then using that to burn a new CD off of it.

Or does the copy protection prevent the making of WAV and MP3 files as well?


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New There's always the 'analog hole', true...

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New Well, yes.
But there's no point in compressing the audio if all you're going to do is decompress it to burn it to another CD. In which case, the WAV files would be temporary and this deleted after burning the copy.

Wade.

Is it enough to love
Is it enough to breathe
Somebody rip my heart out
And leave me here to bleed
 
Is it enough to die
Somebody save my life
I'd rather be Anything but Ordinary
Please

-- "Anything but Ordinary" by Avril Lavigne.

     Microsoft unveils new CD copy protection - (tuberculosis) - (14)
         I don't see how it could work, either. -NT - (static) - (1)
             Wait... I just figured it out... - (folkert)
         It will work the usual way. - (inthane-chan) - (2)
             How does that prevent all copying - (Steven A S) - (1)
                 It won't. - (inthane-chan)
         Couldn't you still just rip the songs with a MP3 Ripper? - (orion) - (8)
             You wouldn't need the MP3 step to do that. - (static) - (7)
                 Re: You wouldn't need the MP3 step to do that. - (orion) - (6)
                     WAV=Original audio; MP3=LOSSY-compressed. So why use MP3 ?!? -NT - (CRConrad) - (4)
                         Because MP3 saves on hard drive space - (orion) - (3)
                             We were talking about burning CDs, see thread start subject. -NT - (CRConrad) - (2)
                                 Yes but if you cannot burn a CD because it is protected - (orion) - (1)
                                     There's always the 'analog hole', true... -NT - (imric)
                     Well, yes. - (static)

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