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Making TRUE(CD) audio 1:1 copies.....witch software does it best??

Discussion in 'Audio' started by daman1, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. daman1

    daman1 Regular member

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    I have been using eather Roxio or Nero v.6.6.0.12 to make on the
    fly copy's of my Audio CD's but i'm shure there is better programs
    out there that does a better job at making 1:1 copy's, any suggestion's

    what about Clone CD???

    thanks.
     
  2. freedom2

    freedom2 Regular member

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    yes "CLONECD" from "SLYSOFT" is a great little program
    for 1to1 copy of cd's/computer games/and 1to1 copys
    of dvd movies(unprotected) as well.

    well worth the $$$, all of "slysoft's programs are
    the best going right now, and the most/quickest updated
    aswell. you will be much happier with CLONE CD than
    you are with Roxio, all those bundle types of programs
    that usally come bundled with computers/or drive have
    limits of protection in them.


    gday....................
    hope this helps............
     
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  3. daman1

    daman1 Regular member

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    yea i don't mind paying $$ for a program if it yields
    good results, i know sly has good stuff i just want a
    program that does good 1:1 copying..

    thanks for your reply...
     
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    daman1 Regular member

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    Anyone else???
     
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    daman1 Regular member

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    Any program is fine as long as it does a CD copy (I am not a fan of Roxio though) but you shouldn't use the "on the fly" option. You will get less issues if you let the program cache the CD on your HD and then burn.
     
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    daman1 Regular member

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    Ok..so you think i'll get a better copy then if i rip it to
    the HD first then disk??

    i always make sure i'm not burning faster than i'm extracting,
    i burn at 8-16x.
     
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    It's not as much of an issue as it used to be but it still is safer to not use on the fly.
     

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