FreeRIP v3.091
by MG Shareware
(MG Shareware Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 1.8 MB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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You can upgrade to FreeRIP Pro for US$20.00

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Last Updated: 2008-09-24
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Tags : cddb | encode | encoder | mp3

Software Description

We have had reports that this software is invasive - please read the comments below before deciding to download it.

FreeRIP is a application that lets you save audio CD tracks to Wav, MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis or FLAC audio files. FreeRIP is also a audio file and mp3 converter and it can convert audio files from one of the named formats to another.

Features

  • Extracts audio tracks from CDs to WAV, WMA, FLAC, OGG Vorbis and MP3s
  • Ability to extract more than one track into a single audio file
  • Ability to extract specific frames from audio CDs
  • Converts existing audio files and lets you change their properties
  • Ability to adjust audio track volume
  • Get CD-Text metadata from audio CDs to use as file tags
  • Integrated support for online CD databases including the exclusive FreeRIP CD DB
  • Builds local CD database for super-fast CD data retrieval
  • Built-in FreeRIP CD DB submissions
  • Support for ID3 v1 and v2 MP3 tagging
  • Support for Wav, WMA, Ogg Vorbis and FLAC tagging
  • Integrated playlist generator (M3U, PLS, B4S, HTML, CSV)
  • Integrated search button for finding images, videos and lyrics for your music

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P.S...

It also sets bing as your homepage. As if... F*** off mother f***ers.

invasive

This software automatically installs a Search tool bar and adds Bing to your search engines, at least in Firefox. Also wanted to restart after installation, which tells me it's f***ing with my registry. Uninstalled and not used.

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