- Dec 30, 2003
Whats the best Mp3 Download program .. I use Kazaa at and im not happy with it .. Any got any better suggestions ?
Not really. Some CD's are copy protected now, and if I want a backup of my CD (which I'm entitled to) then I have to find the music - which I've ALREADY paid for - elsewhere.Xavier said:No, but iTunes has a lovely little rip to Mp3 facility and last time I checked it wasn't teh law to enter all the ID3 details.
Regardless, the issue is with openly discussing means of piracy. People don't use KaZaA to obtain legitimate content, that's what services such as iTunes are there for.
I believe that's what programs like this are for.Xavier said:I wasn't asked a question, Scooba made an inaccurate accusation. And no, I've better things to do than hand-enter track data for every CD I MP3. The collection on my iPod is pretty static these days so I'm not worried if I don't fill in an album field or something like that. They're sorted by folder anyhow.
Or, if I MP3'd the album when I wasn't online. Offline PC's do exist y'know.RedVenom said:You were asked a question by replying to this thread. If you can't contribute more than a , you should think twice before posting at all.
You hardly have to fill in the information for every CD you own. CDDB takes care of everything you may wish to put into an alternative format. The only time you would have to enter the data by hand is if you downloaded the tracks, and they weren't tagged. And you wouldn't do that now, would you.
Erm, how is his avatar copyright infringement?Tom said:Scooba has a bit of a chip on his shoulder regarding copyright issues. Thats fair enough, I can respect his opinion, but it doesn't stop him stealing images for his avatar does it?