Sofware to Rip CD

epal, Feb 21, 8:53am
Seeking advice as to what is best software to use~

morticia, Feb 21, 8:54am
I used to use Freerip. Haven't ripped a cd in years but I would think there would be an up to date version for such a popular program.


wayne416, Feb 21, 8:55am
Windows media player

king1, Feb 21, 8:55am
windows media player does a reasonable enough job, unless your looking for high quality flac then Exact Audio Copy might be worth a go

r.g.nixon, Feb 21, 9:12am
I used to use CDEX. Not sure if it works on Win8.

sqidlie, Feb 22, 1:27am
Bound to be something on youtube

morticia, Feb 22, 1:31am
Tell a lie, I used EAC to rip one of my father's recordings a few months back. It was ok, too. I just noticed it was still installed and now remember using it. Still prefer Freerip, though.

benthecat, Feb 22, 4:08am
I use CDEX to rip to the hard drive and either Windows Media Player or CD Burner XP to burn to disc

chnman, Feb 22, 7:37am
I use EZ CD Audio Converter Ultimate. This isn't free, though there is a free version but it is limited in what it does.

http://www.poikosoft.com/

epal, Feb 22, 11:52pm
Many, many thanks for all your advices and guidance - it certainly has taken the fog mist away.

jeremy_74, Feb 23, 10:13pm
Foobar2000
Best media player around. Cant wait for Android version.

sykotik_ninja, Jul 11, 3:58am
Upgrade your hardware, save time and space by copying to USB.

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