Ripping

Ripping is the process of copying audio or video content to a hard disk, typically from removable media such as compact disc (CD) or DVD, although the word refers to all forms of media. Despite the name, neither the media nor the data is damaged after extraction. Ripping is often used to shift formats, and to edit, duplicate or back up media conte...
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Ripping

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Ripping

[bodybuilding] Ripping is the stage that people, mainly body builders, go through in order to lose body fat to a very low percentage. The idea is that if ones body fat is low, then muscle tissue will be more visible and therefore a better looking body will emerge. The ripping process usually occurs once a year for those who participate in b...
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Ripping

Process of copying digital or analogue content from one form to another (e.g. transferring CD or DVD content to a hard-disc or vice versa)
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Ripping

Ripping is British slang for excellent; splendid.
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Ripping

The operation of removing the tobacco from large quantities of rejected cigarettes using processing equipment, such as a feeder, steam cylinder, ripping cylinder, shaker and air separator.
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Ripping

The operation of removing the tobacco from large quantities of rejected cigarettes using processing equipment, such as a feeder, steam cylinder, ripping cylinder, shaker and air separator.
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Ripping

This is the process of taking audio data from a CD and making it into a sound file on your computer. It is called ripping because in most cases the audio data is digitally 'ripped' directly from the CD. This process can be very fast (a four minute song might only take 30 seconds to record). An analog recording process on the other hand records ...
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Ripping

This is the process of taking audio data from a CD and making it into a sound file on your computer. It is called ripping because in most cases the audio data is digitally 'ripped' directly from the CD. This process can be very fast (a four minute song might only take 30 seconds to record). An analog recording process on the other hand records a so...
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