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Express Rip v1.97

Ad-supported
Vista / Win7 / Win8 / WinXP
Express Rip is an application that can extract audio from CDs and save it as high quality digital audio.

Key Features:
  • Perfect quality CD digital audio extraction (ripping)
    Fastest CD Ripper available
  • Extract audio from CDs to wav or mp3
  • Extract many other file formats including wma, m4q, aac, aiff, cda and more
  • Save track information or 'tags' to mp3 files including title, artist, album and more, even custom information
  • Correct or adjust audio volume of ripped tracks as they are extracted
  • Save tags to wave files using the CART and BWF methods. This is one of the few CD rippers that can do this
  • Automatically link to an online database to obtain track and album name information
  • Have complete control over mp3 encoding, including constant and variable modes at selectable bitrates
  • Can be run from the command line for integration with other applications
  • Simple, easy to use interface

NOTE: Ad-supported. May offer to install additional software during setup.
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Express Rip v1.97Filesize: 512.57 kB

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Express Rip v1.97

Keywords:
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License type Ad-supported1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 27 Jan 2015
Downloads 174
File size 512.57 kB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English  
Operating systems Vista / Win7 / Win8 / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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