Re: Integrated CD ripping/playing (instead of goobox/sound juicer)

On Mon, 17 Jan 2005, Isak Savo wrote:

neither of them, with good reasons. Nautilus is too limited in what it
can know or do, it's far out of scope for a file manager (imo).

From a technical stand point, perhaps. From a users point, why? What's
the difference between copying normal files and music "files"?

For one, you don't usually encode normal files to a lossy format when copying them. Sure this is a technical point of view, but one that concerns the user in the end - isn't it reasonable to expect that copying a music file doesn't degrade sound quality?

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