Topic: CD identification
I used Windows Media Player, iTunes, and J. River Media Center, and they all use acoustic fingerprinting. You can either identify a CD when you're online, or if you're offline, you can rip that CD, and when you're back online the whole album with track01's can be identified using acoustic fingerprinting. Why can't Acoustid do the same thing also? It would be nice to identify a whole album and match it to a MusicBrainz release based on acoustic fingerprinting without splitting the whole album, just in case a CD is copied while being offline. What are the advantages and disadvantages of these three media players regarding acoustic fingerprinting?