Re: ripping an audio cd
never done that...how is it done?
From: JM Casey
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: [jaws-users] ripping an audio cd
No, ripping a CD is taking the audio data (still digital) and transferring it to a PC-readable format like wav or mp3, at which point you can do whatever you want with it using your computer.
Text files and documents exist on your CD like they would a floppy disk. This is not an audio CD, but a data CD. All you have to do is put it in your drive and copy the files, using File Explorer. No ripping involved.
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it’s not a music cd, but a cd of an appointment to a doctor, but I take it that it’s done the same
Here are instructions for using windows media player to rip a cd
1, place cd into drive
Music should start to play, if windows media is your default player.
if not open media player
the first selection should be music,arrow down until you hear the name of the cd
at the name of the cd press tab twice
all of the tracks of the cd are listed and view each one by arrowing up and down
check each one that you want to rip
by default all tracks are checked
5, press ctrl+3, and tab until the rip button is reached
enter on the rip button.
how do I rip an audio cd to my computer? jaws 17, win 10