It's been a few years since I spent all my CDs to MP3. Since then they were definitely leaning. The Exact Audio Copy It helped me a lot in this task, it is the best software for CD audio extraction I know. After I did not use it more, because for years I do not buy CDs and content myself only with Spotify. But my wife still buys CDs eventually, and recently he asked me to pass one of them to be able to listen to MP3 on mobile. Then I reinstalled Exact Audio Copy.
The Exact Audio Copy does not natively MP3, it only extracts the audio. To code is necessary to use an external encoder or DLL library some of encoders Supported. I always used the Lame, through the library lame_enc.dll. Just put it in the directory Exact Audio Copy he already recognizes and uses.
But this latest version I downloaded (1.1), put the library and noticed the Exact Audio Copy I was not recognized. But digging a little soon realized that the problem was on the shortcut created for Exact Audio Copy during installation. For some reason unknown to the working directory was set to:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Exact Audio Copy Microsoft.VC80.CRT
em vez of:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Exact Audio Copy
It was enough to fix it and restart the program that lame_enc.dll It was promptly recognized. Another solution is to open the program directly, without using the shortcut.