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iPod - iPod rip for new MacBooks 10.5

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My gf just bought a new macbook with 10.5. I used to use ipod rip to rip music from my ipod to my computer, but it wont work with 10.5. I know how to rip my entire library, but I have over 9,000 songs and she only likes about 1/4. Is there any programs that allow ripping individual songs or playlists?
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I always used Senuti. Works on my 10.5, even though it doesn't say it on the site. I might be using the beta, I don't remember, haven't needed it in a while.

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