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Catalog your CD collection using iTunes
Authored by: everkleer80 on Apr 20, '11 01:12:42PM
I guess this works if you want to keep them all around or if you have an order of magnitude more CDs than you have room for on your hard drive. Or a really slow computer that takes forever to encode the music. Otherwise it seems like a lot more work than just ripping it.

Oh, I didn't even realize until I saw this comment that the hint is not about ripping cds to your computer; I assumed that the OP was ripping them and thought this hint was a joke making fun of the recent submissions that some people are complaining 'are not hints.'

So I guess this is a hint, if for some reason you want to store just the titles/playlist info from your cds, but why on earth wouldn't you rip them? A. Hard drives are cheap (1TB < $100), and B. if you have enough CDs that they won't fit on your computer, then this method of cataloging them will be a nightmare, and finding the individual cds you want once you've selected a song won't be too easy either.

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