Rosoft CD Extractor 4.1.6 Turn your Audio CD library into mp3 files with this program. This program includes the best mp3 encoder you can get.
Rosoft Audio Converter 4.1.6 Rosoft Audio Converter is a front end designed to make the Lame MP3 Encoder dll lame_enc.dll easy to use. But you can also us this program for any other program that converts files as long as you have a console program.
Description: Rosoft Audio Tools is a set of programs including Rosoft Audio Recorder, Rosoft Audio Converter, Rosoft CD Extractor and Rosoft Media Player.
Rosoft Audio Recorder is a program you use when you want to record sound from your sound card. The program includes functions that split the recording automatically into several tracks. You can tell the program when to split the recording.
Rosoft Audio Converter is a program that is designed for the Lame MP3 Encoder but it can also use plug-ins like WMA8EUTIL.exe a console program that encodes wave files into wma files. With the right console program you can basically convert any file to whatever format you want as long as you have the right console program.
Rosoft CD Extractor is our most famous program over the year and is well awarded on several sites. This is a ripper program that transforms you audio CDs into data files on the PC. You can rip to mp3 and wave files on the fly. The same way Rosoft Audio Converter uses console program you from Rosoft CD Extractor also encode to wma, ogg, mp3 or any format as long as you have the right console program.
This program also includes a demo version of Rosoft MP3 Encoder PlugIn that includes "MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson".
Rosoft Media Player 4.4.1 Rosoft Engineering proudly presents Rosoft Media Player, a true media player that plays any file as long as you have the right ACM codec installed on your computer. Rosoft Media
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