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Xilisoft CD Ripper
High-quality CD ripping software, Xilisoft CD Ripper rips CD to nearly all audio formats MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, FLAC, OGG, APE and many others, making CDs available on different music players. It also allows you to rip one audio track to multiple format music files at one go, split tracks, clip music segments, set audio effects such as fade-in/out, normalize, band pass, chorus, flanger, echo and speed, and do many more customizations.

New features:
1.Support display and edit ID3 V2 information (users can attach cover, lyric and etc information for the music file).
2.Add more profiles.
3.Retrieve general information of CDs.
4.Utilize installer to reduce the installation time.

1.Rip CD to audio files of different formats including MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, FLAC, OGG, APE.
2.Rip multiple CD tracks to audio formats at once; rip one track to multiple formats simultaneously.
3.Options to transfer audio files to iPod, iPhone and PSP directly after ripping.
4.Add and adjust fade-in, fade-out, volume normalize, band pass, chorus, flanger, echo and speed effects to your audio tracks.
5.Split your audio tracks according to split size or duration you choose or customize prior to ripping.
6.Extract multiple audio segments you want from CD tracks for ripping.
7.Make adjustment of the output parameters to customize the outputted audio; edit ID3 tag info of your audio tracks.
8.Rip CDs with multiple CPU cores and multiple threads for maximum CD ripping speed.
9.Ability to work in the background to spare CPU resources for others.
10.Auto-exit the application, shut down, hibernate, stand by system, or do nothing after ripping to keep you from waiting in front your computer.
11.Comes with English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese and Chinese interface languages.
Program details
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Company: Xilisoft Inc.
Release date: 2011-08-16
License: Shareware
Price: $29.95
Supported OS': Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP
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