My Movies for Windows Home Server Gets CD Ripping Functionality


Got to love it. Just a couple weeks ago Brian Binnerup unveiled My Movies for Windows Home Server. Essentially, it enabled the Windows Home Server platform (with a built-in or external disc player) the ability to rip and manage DVD, Blu-ray, and HD DVD movies directly to the system without the need of a separate PC. Now, Brian is adding CD ripping to the list of features, according to the 1.0.0.7 announcement of My Movies for Windows Home Server. Brian also comments to We Got Served that the CD ripper will encode music tracks to MP3 or WAV copy and gather its corresponding metadata from FreeDB.org.




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