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So now you have the basics of using EAC down, but there's still one problem. It's great that you can encode losslessly with FLAC for your media center PC and also to either MP3 or AAC for your portablem media player. But what if you want to do both without needing to remember all the settings? That's where profiles come in. Profiles are essentially saved settings which you can load again later on.

Saving a Profile

Once you have all your EAC settings done you're ready to save them as a profile. Just select Profiles from the EAC menu and then Save Profile.

Save As

Select the destination folder and give your profile a name. Then click the Save button.

Help With Profiles

In order to get help with settings for any of the formats shown below simply click on the picture. The relevant page from our Installation and Configuration guide will load.




Other Afterdawn Audio Guides

How to Edit MP3 AudioHow to Edit AAC (MP4) Audio

Configuring Exact Audio Copy

Configuring the many options available in Exact Audio Copy is a subject complex enough for its own guide. Which is exactly what Exact Audio Copy Installation and Configuration in our Guides section is for. It will help you setup EAC to produce MP3, AAC, FLAC, or even uncompressed WAV files.

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Version History
v1.0 2008.12.1 Original version by Rich Fiscus
Written by: Rich Fiscus