|Jan 23, 2013, 12:17 AM||#1|
Must I actually rip all my CDs before I can access them via Match?
I have yet to rip my CD collection, ie copy them all to a hard-drive.
Do I have to rip them in order to then tell Match I possess them? Or can I inform Match I have them, eg via a barcode reader, or even merely insert in the CD-drive without having to read the whole disc, which seems to be an un-neccesary requirement.
It is a lot of work that I would like to avoid!
In hope, dear thread
(probably a forlorn hope? )
|Jan 23, 2013, 12:26 AM||#2|
Gotta rip em...
The true way is along a rope that is not spanned high in the air, but only just above the ground. It seems intended more to cause stumbling than to be walked along.
|Jan 23, 2013, 09:08 AM||#3|
Do what I did originally. I kept a stack of CDs next to the computer and ripped them as I was doing other stuff on the computer.
I grabbed a few artists specifically to do first, then I went in order.
Also, when you don't have time to rip, you could let iTunes Match process what has been ripped already so it's available for other devices.
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