i have used EAC in the past with great success to rip mp3s, but now, since i am on a mission for better audio, i am going to rip to .flac.
first, it has taken me a couple of hours just to get it to rip a FLAC (kept getting a file naming error). so now that i have it configured as per some online instructions i found (http://rip59.dk/EACFlac/EACFlacRipping.html) it is working but is only going 0.4X in speed.
now, i realize there are certain factors involved to get an accurate rip, but at this rate, a few hundred cds may take a while.
just wondering, before i start using burst and all that, if somebody more familiar might have some time to familiarize me with some hints to get the best accuracy/speed combo.
i am using an overclocked AMD FX-6100, an LG DVD/CD drive and an LG Blu-ray drive.
i know i might be light on info, but we'll start here i guess?