Far from being a simple CD ripper, CD MP3 Ripper has become the 'hit' software for thousands of music lovers because of its ability to Rip and Convert without the hassle found in so many other software packages. In fact, most competing products don't even include a multi-format conversion tool as a free add-in, making CD MP3 Ripper ahead of the pack already!
If you are totally new to CD ripping, take a look at the features of CD MP3 Ripper. Quite simply, you will be amazed:
- CD MP3 Ripper is the most advanced and feature-packed CD ripper ever produced! In just one step you can rip CDs to MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, APE, VQF and WAV files Directly!
- CD MP3 Ripper also contains a very high quality multi-format converter at no additional charge! In just one step you can convert MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, APE, VQF and WAV files from one format to another Directly!
- CD MP3 Ripper is incredibly intuitive, despite being packed with the most advanced Ripping and Conversion features. Many users have told us how they find it the most user-friendly software of its type on the market!
- CD MP3 Ripper has a cool skin and layout! You'll find that you have more control over the Ripping and Conversion, meaning less mistakes and less wasted CDs!
- CD MP3 Ripper works exceptionally well at high speeds, you'll be surprised - even when ripping partially scratched CDs!
- CD MP3 Ripper supports full audio CD playback within the program's interface;
- CD MP3 Ripper supports remote free CDDB;
- CD MP3 Ripper supports MP3 ID3v2 tagging;
- CD MP3 Ripper supports multiple CD-ROM drives;
- CD MP3 Ripper supports CD-ROM auto-detection;
All this means that CD MP3 Ripper enables you to build your music library quickly and more easily than any other software of its type!
"This CD ripper, unlike so many others, will enable you to build your music library the hassle free way!" But don't take our word for it, download NOW and see for yourself!
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 28 Oct 2004
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011