Ripping music CDs is still something that many computer users do from time to time even with declining music CD sales. Audiograbber is a CD ripping software for Windows that offers a comparable functionality to all time favorite applications for that task like CDex or BonkEnc. It can be used to easily load audio CDs, lookup information at Freedb so that audio track information are automatically added to the audio tracks and rip the music to the local computer system in mp3 format.
Audiograbber supports several mp3 encoders including Lame and BladeEnc which are both linked on the program’s download page in case they are not installed on the user system.
The options of the program are pretty extensive. It is possible to edit the CD-ROM access method, naming patterns for the extracted audio tracks and directories, enable automatic deletion of leading and trailing silence, normalization, change the output format to wav, alter quality settings, configure external mp3 encoders and to edit tags directly in the interface.
It is furthermore possible to play audio tracks directly in Audiograbber which can be handy to fine tune the resulting mp3 or wav files.
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