Accord CD Ripper is a robust audio CD ripping software that allows users to effortlessly extract CD to popular audio formats such as MP3, FLAC, and M4A.
Accord CD Ripper is capable of ripping multiple CDs simultaneously, making it a highly efficient tool. Plus, its flexible output mode enables you to rip audio CDs to divided files (one file per track) or to CD images (one file per disc with cuesheet or chapters). The software also allows you to encode audio CDs to customized formats thru user-defined encoders - this is an amazing feature that is highly valued by users.
When it comes to CD Ripping, you want to be sure that the ripping process is secure. With Accord CD Ripper, you can rest assured that your CDs are ripped securely. The software has four build-in advanced disc error correction strategies: BURST, SYNC, SECURE, and PARANOID. Plus, there are two available actions on reading or synching an error during ripping: STOP and SILENCE.
Accord CD Ripper also allows you to normalize audio volume to a given percentage. This feature ensures that the audio quality of your ripped CDs is consistent throughout. The software is capable of retrieving album info from remote and local CDDB (Compact Disc Database) servers, making it highly user-friendly.
The interface of Accord CD Ripper is elegant and intuitive. With just a few mouse clicks, you can rip CD to MP3 format within a few minutes. The software also comes with a built-in latest Lame MP3 encoder which is generally believed as the the best MP3 encoder in the world.
All kinds of CD and DVD drives are supported (including IDE, SCSI, USB, etc.). Full unicode support is provided as well, making it easy for users from different regions to use the software with ease. Accord CD Ripper is multi-session (CD-Extra) supported, and all events are logged for future diagnosis. Last but not least, the software is Windows Vista and Windows 7 (64-bit and 32-bit) compatible, making it a versatile and useful tool for everyone.
Version 6.9.2: Fixed recent freedb servers issue. Fixed a rare sector range bug which occurred when the file length is very short. Improved tooltips & captions of option pages. Updated audio codecs. Other unspecified minor updates.