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Pasting album art into window in Exact Audio Copy, Why can't I paste album art into EAC?
kalash
post Jun 20 2012, 04:44
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I have EAC now installed on my computer (latest version, beta 3, I think) and I'm using the Freedb to get track information, but I'm not finding the album image I that matches the album.

So I go to google images and find the appropriate matching image, but I can't paste it into the grey window in EAC. The only option it shows when I right-click the grey box is 'Get Image from Metadata Provider'.

Help!
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Engelsstaub
post Jun 20 2012, 10:02
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Can you not just save it to your Desktop and drag it into the box?


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post Jun 20 2012, 14:49
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QUOTE (Engelsstaub @ Jun 20 2012, 11:02) *
Can you not just save it to your Desktop and drag it into the box?


I tried this. Didn't work. However, I was able to use freedb to locate the appropriate album cover art. So problem fixed.

Now a more serious problem: I tried ripping a CD for the first time using the settings I located online (I think off this site), and it is taking FOREVER. I let it go overnight, and it is still on the first track (only about 2% done!).

Is there a way to speed up EAC? I'm wondering if it is worth the hassle to go through EAC. If a track is defective, I may just have to download it online.

A final question: Is there a way to rip to Apple Lossless so I can play tracks on my iPod and use my iPod as a remote to control playback from iTunes on my computer? Seems like FLAC is the only option in EAC.
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