Audiolib CD Ripper is a easy to use tool which can rip audio cd track to files of mp3, wave or ogg format without creating any temporary files. CDDB is supported, you can connet freeDB server to get CD information. LocalCDDB is also supported.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:05
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Audiolib MP3 CD Burner 1.0 Audiolib MP3 CD Burner is a tool that can create regular audio CDs from your favorite MP3 or wave files. You can then play them in your regular stereo or car CD player. It supports most CDR/RW drives.
Audiolib MP3 Converter 1.0 Audiolib MP3 Converter is software that can convert audio files from one format to another. It can convert audio files between MP3, Wave, WMA, OGG, ADPCM, GSM, DSP, VOX, U-LAW, MP2, G.723, and other formats with all possible settings.
Description: Audiolib CD Ripper is a easy to use tool which can rip audio cd track to files of mp3, wave or ogg format without creating any temporary files. CDDB is supported, you can connet freeDB server to get CD information. LocalCDDB is also supported with which cd information can be strored. It supports id3 tag, track title can be renamed. Winamp playlist can be generated. It also has cool skins.
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