CDex can extract the data directly (digital) from an Audio CD, which is generally called a CD Ripper or a CDDA utility.
The resulting audio file can be a plain WAV file (useful for making compilation audio CDs) or the ripped audio data can be compressed using an audio encoder such as MP3, FLAC, AAC, WMA or OGG.
It supports the following: Lame MP3 encoder 3.99.5 – MPEG Audio Layer III (.mp3), FLAC encoder 1.31 – Free Lossless Audio Codec (.flac), Ogg Vorbis encoder – Ogg 1.3.2 and Vorbis 1.3.4 (.ogg .oga), Monkey’s Audio encoder – Lossless Audio(.ape), Microsoft WMA encoder – Windows Media Audio (.wma), Internal MP2 encoder – MPEG Audio Layer 2 (.mp2), Yamaha VQF encoder – TwinVQ (.vqf), and many others.
- Direct recording of multiple tracks.
- Read / store album information from/to the cdplayer.ini file.
- Read / store album information from/to a local and/or remote CD Database (CDDB).
- Support CD-Text (if your CD-drive supports it).
- Advanced jitter correction (based on the cd-paranoia ripping library).
- Indicates track progress and jitter control.
- Normalization of audio signal.
- Supports many CD-Drive from many manufacturers.
- Conversion of external WAV files.
- Support for M3U and PLS play list files.
- Many languages are supported.
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