Although CD audio is the de-facto standard format for storing audio in the digital form, its got its own shortages. The major ones are the large size of audio tracks and the impossibility of handling the tracks as files, as theyd have to be converted to another format first. This often turns into a major pain when you need to transfer your favorite CD to a portable player or copy the disc to your computers hard drive.
Accord CD Ripper reads and understands the CD audio format to the extent that it can grab whatever is necessary from the source disc whether its a single audio track, entire disc image or an individual chunk of data and copy it to someplace else, converting the data to the format necessary «on the fly». The utility currently supports over three dozens of audio formats, and the built-in encoder allows converting the source data to any format, including user-defined ones.
The built-in error handling routines ensure the accurate, distortion and error-free copying and conversion. It is also protected against users errors with carefully chosen default presets that are suitable for the majority of circumstances. For professionals, Accord CD Ripper offers an exhaustive set of expert and low-level encoding options, while beginners can enjoy the intuitive user interface and the «single mouse click» approach to the majority of operations and watch the ripping process on the real time audio spectrum display in the application window.
Accord CD Ripper is perfect for experts and music enthusiasts to get exactly what they are after.
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Wal-Mart Custom CD Music Service: No Burner Required The custom CD music site is an addition to Wal-Mart's downloadable music site and similar to a service Starbucks began rolling out in October. Separately, RealNetworks introduced a version of its Rhapsody music service that will let nonsubscribers listen