How to rip cd to mp3

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If you are tired of searching and downloading digital music on the Internet, try to rip the CD to MP3 so that they can play on your iPod.

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How to rip cd to mp3

  1. 1. How to rip CD to MP3 www.imelfin.com
  2. 2. How to rip CD to MP3 Today few people use CD player to listen to music. What replace it is the digital music player like iPod and iPhone. If you are tired of searching and downloading digital music on the Internet, try to rip the CD to MP3 so that they can play on your iPod. This guide is just about how to rip CD to MP3. Hope it can help you.
  3. 3. 1. Launch Windows Media Player Windows Media player is the default media player of Windows OS. It can do the ripping job easily. Click the start button and You can find the Windows Media Player in “All Programs”.
  4. 4. 2. Set rip options Click “Organize” – “Options” then choose “Rip music” and set rip options. Set “Format” as “MP3” and drag the cursor to set audio quality. Click “OK” to save your settings.
  5. 5. 3. Insert CD and start ripping Insert CD to the CD drive. The Windows Media Player will recognize the CD. Then click the “Rip CD” button to start ripping. This may take some time. If you set a higher output audio quality, then the ripping process may be longer.
  6. 6. 4. Transfer MP3 to portable player After the ripping finishes, transfer the MP3 files to your iPod or iPhone. You may want to launch the iTunes and sync files. But this is a bit inconvenient. You get a better choice for transferring files from computer to iPod or iPhone –the imElfin iTransfer. It’s light and easy to use. Just several steps and you can finish file transferring. Click here to download the imElfin iTransfer. Source: http://www.imelfin.com/how-to-rip-cd-to-mp3.html

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