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06 Jan 2004 08:15 mmj

Re: Wish list

> ripit is a great tool, but it could be
> made even
> nicer. Mostly around
> parallelism/performance.
>
> It'd be great to:
> - rip the previous track while extacting
> the next
> (the former is CPU-intensive, while
> the
> latter is IO-intensive, so they should
> co-exist
> nicely)
> - play a track once its ripped
> (optionally)
> - rip N tracks at once on an N-processor
> system
>
> I have a much dummer script I've used in
> the
> past to rip N tracks at once, and even
> on a 2-cpu
> system it's really nice, but on a
> 12-processor
> Sun server it totally rocks! :-)


Patches are very welcome at mmj AT mmj DOW dk :-)

19 Nov 2003 16:09 radman

Wish list
ripit is a great tool, but it could be made even
nicer. Mostly around parallelism/performance.

It'd be great to:
- rip the previous track while extacting the next
(the former is CPU-intensive, while the
latter is IO-intensive, so they should co-exist
nicely)
- play a track once its ripped (optionally)
- rip N tracks at once on an N-processor system

I have a much dummer script I've used in the
past to rip N tracks at once, and even on a 2-cpu
system it's really nice, but on a 12-processor
Sun server it totally rocks! :-)

22 Jun 2000 22:04 jrouvier

Oh yeah!
I just have to say that RipIt is the slickest thing I've seen in a long time. Truely fire-and-forget CD Ripping

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