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Need A CD Song Program That Does This

I'm going through my CD collection and are ripping my favorite songs
as MP3's then I will be putting the onto my netbook.
I am using my netbook just to store and play all my MP3's since I have so many.
I need a program that when I'm done and right click to bring up the properties (in advance mode not simple)it will have the artist in the music artist space and the title of the song under the description title space.
I am currently using Audiograbber but that doesn't do this and I have to manually put this information in myself.
I need it to do this because the way I want the songs listed using my XMPLAY program to play the songs needs this info listed that way for the properties of the MP3 file.

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Ripping with Windows Media Player ...

does the trick, as far as I know. It gets that information from Microsofts database of CD's.

Kees

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Don't Like

Sorry, but I don't like Windows Media Player.
The one program that I found so far that does what I want
is Express Rip but it cost almost $40.

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Audiograbber Does Do It

Audiograbber does do what I want.
I just never played around with it to find out how to get it
the way I wanted.

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(NT) Problem solved. Good job.
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Always Happens

Lately every time I post a question about a program or how to do something in a forum I figure out the answer within 5 minutes.
If I don't post the question I can't figure out the answer,
at least right away.

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We don't mind that.

Post away to your heart's content, then reply within 5 minutes saying you solved it.

We like those. It means we don't have to do any work! Happy

Mark

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