If you are a proud owner of a huge audio CD collection that you have been scrupulously collecting over years and have made a decision to finally convert it into a digital archive on your hard drive to save some space on your shelves, you’ll need some time and a tool that will make this task easier. If you still haven’t decided on the software to use for this conversion project, check out Handy CD Ripper!
Handy CD Ripper is a very intuitive and easy to use application designed for a single purpose of making CD grabbing as easy and hassle-free as possible. The software allows you to easily convert grabbed tracks into a variety of formats, including AAC, MP3, OGG, WAV and WMA. Apart from this, Handy CD Ripper is capable of creating complete disk images for subsequent disk cloning. The program allows you to identify discs and music tracks using FreeDB and change these details manually, adjust the quality settings for all supported output formats, customize the interface the way you like, make use of automated CD ripping options and select the source optical drive to be used for grabbing. This piece of software is very simple and straightforward — and it delivers everything it should, enabling you to create high-quality music archives in a fast and efficient manner.
If you’ve been on the look for a nice CD grabber, don’t make the mistake of missing Handy CD Ripper!
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