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      10-05-2020, 12:51 PM   #4

Drives: 05 M3, 04 M3iT , 01 M5, 17 i3
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: West Chester, PA

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2017 BMW i3  [0.00]
2005 BMW M3 Coupe  [0.00]
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2001 BMW M5  [0.00]
It's ~20 years since CDs were a compelling format. Time to stop. Mine have LONG since all gone in the trash.

Ripping CDs is only a hard process because it's been so long since they were useful that most computers don't come with CD drives :P.

You can very much automate ripping-- as in, have insert the CD, it'll automatically gather the metadata and import it, and then eject it. When you see the CD ejected, insert the next one. Probably ~10 min per CD on a <10 year old computer. You don't need to be actively involved-- just stick in the next disk when you walk by and it's sticking out, and place the previous disk in the trash can.
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