Rip CDs to Original-Quality FLAC Files
Learn how to convert any number of audio CDs to original-quality files that can be used for archiving or transcoding to other audio formats. We will use FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) to perform the audio encoding. You will also learn how to "tag" your audio files with metadata during the ripping process. These tutorials leverage zero-cost (gratis) software; all required software (assuming you already have Windows or Mac OS) can be acquired legally and free of charge.
|Publication Date:||Feb 23, 2008|
|Demo platform:||Windows Vista Ultimate|
|Adaptable to:||Windows 2000 or later|
|Publication Date:||Dec 9, 2008|
|Demo platform:||Mac OS 10.4|
|Adaptable to:||Mac OS 10.4 or later|
Preparing FLAC Audio on the Mac Platform
This comprehensive picture tutorial details the entire process of ripping audio CDs to original-quality FLAC files, for archival purposes. The tutorial will yield FLAC files that are suitable for upload and sale on indieTorrent.org. This tutorial is an image-based version of the above video tutorial.
Getting Started With Torrents
This comprehensive picture tutorial walks the reader through the essentials of BitTorrent technology and the process of configuring a computer to work with Torrent files. We also cover the steps required for artists to upload their music, videos, and artwork to indieTorrent.org.
indieTorrent.org File Naming Conventions
Reading this tutorial is essential to understanding how ZIP files (and the audio files contained therein) must be prepared for upload to indieTorrent.org using our full-album ZIP file import feature.