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    Default Dolphin audio CD integration

    I went from 11.1 GNOME to 11.2 KDE, and I noticed now that if I load an audio CD and open it in Dolphin, Dolphin does "stuff" with the contents: I see directories for Ogg files, for example.

    Now, this looks like a cool feature, but how do I control the ripping process (bit rate, file names, etc.)? I can't find any settings in Dolphin that deals with this?

    I also couldn't find anything in the Dolphin manual on it either...
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    Default Re: Dolphin audio CD integration

    Quote Originally Posted by twelveeighty View Post
    I went from 11.1 GNOME to 11.2 KDE, and I noticed now that if I load an audio CD and open it in Dolphin, Dolphin does "stuff" with the contents: I see directories for Ogg files, for example.

    Now, this looks like a cool feature, but how do I control the ripping process (bit rate, file names, etc.)? I can't find any settings in Dolphin that deals with this?

    I also couldn't find anything in the Dolphin manual on it either...
    Ripping should be done is k3b, or similar apps like jripper. It's not a feature of dolphin.
    Just make sure k3b and k3b-codecs are installed from Packman.
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