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    Best software for recording MD->PC via SPDIF In?

    Hi,

    Pretty much as the title suggests i'm looking to transfer some old band session stuff recorded on minidisc to my pc for a friend, i'm using my minidisc seperates deck to connect to optical in on my Abit IC7 mobo. I get playback through the pc speakers but i'm having problems actually recording this input.

    So i'm looking for suggestions for a good piece of recording software that accepts SPDIF optical In as a line input to record as Wav/MP3 etc..

    Thanks for your help

    bres

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    Nevermind, all sorted now, used RecordPad (far from the best but it worked enough) in the end and just had to tweak a few things in the properties for sound and audio devices via control panel.

    cheers anyway

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    I use AudioGrabber quite a bit. Appart from being the second best ripper (after EAC) It has a good line in sampling facility (choose the source from the mixer).

    It will do everthing you want and it's also freeware
    Last edited by autopilot; 08-04-2005 at 12:52 PM.

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