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Take Control of iTunes 11: The FAQ by Kirk McElhearn

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Rip

When you first launch iTunes, its library is empty. When you rip, or import, a music CD, you add the music to the library. You can then listen to it on your computer or sync it to your iOS device. But you can add more than just ripped music: you can rip audiobooks from CDs or add videos from DVDs that you own.

In this chapter, I’ll discuss how you can fill your iTunes library with content that you already own.

Rip Topics

How Should I Rip My CDs?

Which Compression Format Should I Use to Rip CDs?

Which Bit Rate Should I Use to Rip CDs?

What Other Settings Are Important When Ripping CDs?

How Do I Rip a Music CD?

How Do I Rip an Audiobook CD?

How Do I Use iTunes to Convert Audio Files to a Different Format?

How Do I Rip Videos ...

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