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Ripping to HD-AAC?, How do I Rip CDs to HD-AAC?
post Aug 8 2012, 13:16
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Pretty self-explanatory - how do I rip CDs into the new "HD-AAC" format that the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits ("Fraunhofer") announced a while back?

According to Fraunhofer, HD-AAC offers better-quality than CDs, in smaller file sizes... I currently maintain a massive (by consumer standards) music collection in 320kbs, however due to storage limitations, we're about to buy a second NAS (network attached atorage) server with lots and lots of storage that will be used exclusively for music (the current NAS server shares all our data) and I want to re-rip all of my CDs into something much better quality.

Extensive research has shown that in theory, HD-AAC is the best choice because it is backwards-compatible with AAC and natively supports full metadata - I was considering FLAC a while back, but I had a few problems with the metadata and album artwork...

Anyway, I seem to be turning a simple question into an essay, so I'll leave it at that - how do I rip CDs into HD-AAC?

This post has been edited by Cyba.Cowboy: Aug 8 2012, 13:26
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