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Good Audio Ripping Software

Discussion in 'Software discussion' started by AaronsDad, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. AaronsDad

    AaronsDad Member

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    Hey everyone! I am searching for a good program to let me rip my cds to my computer and then to my cell phone in AAC format. I just tried iTunes and for the most part was happy with it until it started ripping tracks multiple times. WMP is out of date and I would have to manually edit all the information. If anyone has any suggestions of any good programs to use I would really appreciate it. Thanks
     
  2. Nepheler

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    Try some third party converting tools. Handbrake is a wise choice. If also want to convert DVDs, Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate is recommended.
     
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    what post were you reading nepheler ?

    @AronsD
    free:in no particular order & some my come in portable versions if you prefer not to install yet more junk
    TAudioConverter http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio_video/convert_audio/taudioconverter.cfm
    audiocoder
    audacity
    mediamonkey
    foobar
    pretty sure klite could as well

    mp3tag excellent tag editor i use it all the time,is also capable of removing or injecting missing art work into the music file

    another way to rip is to a single file,then create a playlist most programs can do it on the fly



    paid:
    anydvd apparently it can do audio cd's
    clonecd
    dbpoweramp music converter
     
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