however ripperx doesn't encode the .mp3 file
it will read a cd track and write a .wav file
but the encoding doesn't go.
lame shows up in the mp3 available plugins inside ripperx
I can run lame from the command line and create the .mp3 file from the .wav file
So, a work around exists...
I forgot to mention that the term window outputs this:
sh: line 1: 2727 Broken pipe lame 2>&1
I do not have the following installed:
The "players" tab of the configuration dialog defaults to these.
Do I NEED these and/or are there substitutes.
I bailed on ripperX
abcde is slick