Audiograbber

Audiograbber


Average User Rating:
3.9
out of 214 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
1.83
File Size:
442.02KB
Date Added:
January 17, 2014
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7
Total Downloads:
2,701,926
Downloads Last Week:
406
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  • All Versions:

    3.9

    out of 214 votes

    • 5 star: 121
    • 4 star: 37
    • 3 star: 11
    • 2 star: 4
    • 1 star: 41
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  • 4 stars

    "Stable, easy-to-use, quick application"

    October 27, 2013   |   By dd_armstrong

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    I've used this since it was a paid application, and feel that it is basically 99% of what you'd need to rip, transform and mass edit MP# file information. Very quick, simple and clean. Easy to configure new codecs, etc.

    Cons

    When it became freeware, it ceased evolution, so not the most "modern" of applications anymore, but still it's my go-to ripper of choice.

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  • 5 stars

    "Great tool"

    November 30, 2012   |   By victork1

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    I've been using it for years, I have ripped about 200 CDs in my collection, I think there was a fail just once. Lots of things to configure, including the possibility to bump the volume of a rip job (ideal when you rip pre-90s CDs). Some other cool features too, like chain ripping if you have tons of CDs. MP3s result in great audio quality, which experts attribute to a better designed ripping tool (when analyzing what to leave out for compression).

    Cons

    Can't rip to FLAC or any lossless, if I'm not mistaken.

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  • 3 stars

    "does what it promises"

    October 04, 2012   |   By mefagan

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    its ok for what it says

    Cons

    would be extremely useful if Audio books coild be captured in their correct format.

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  • 2 stars

    "Used to rip to MP3 but now only does .wav"

    December 27, 2011   |   By AspieMum

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    Easy to use when it works

    Cons

    Even with the settings the same as before now when I rip a disc I get .wav files when it is set up to give me MP3 files. I then have to use a second program to convert them to MP3 and then rename them to get rid of the _converted that program adds in to the name.

    Summary

    This program has been available for a long while with no updates and it used to be brilliant. Nowadays it still is if you want .wav files only but if you want MP3 files it no longer works. May be it should have had an update by now.

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  • 3 stars

    "a must have program"

    December 15, 2011   |   By PeterThorp

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    great for recording streaming audio, and grabbing CD audio

    Cons

    bit of a pain in Win7 environment - wont record sound from Firefox.

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  • 4 stars

    "EXCELLENT - WHEN IT WORKS"

    December 12, 2011   |   By wwwgjsnet

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    Works as well as commercial products. The "Eject when finished" feature is good. Helps speed up extractions without monitoring.

    The days of needing a thick stack of audio CD discs to handle long audio books is over for anyone using MP3 files. Other formats MAY be technically superior to MP3 in terms of files space vs quality.

    BUT - and this is a BIG but - MP3 remains a common standard. I am VERY irritated to see "CD players" that do not play MP# discs. Of course, today, with small MP3 players so common, when "wired for sound" alone on long hikes and bike tours, MP3 files on players such as Sansa Clip etc are the only way to go.

    By the way,- at least for spoken word - 64 BPS Bit Rate (or even lower) extractions result in high quality audio that sounds as good to me as higher bit rates. I confess NOT having a golden ear.

    Cons

    Now and then, when ripping CD audiobooks to MP3 files, Audiograbber stops working mysteriously. Later on, after rebooting PC, it works OK again. To avoid the hassle of restarting PC, when this happens, I usually shift to AlltoMP3 program for extractions.

    Summary

    GREAT FREE PROGRAM. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. SO FAR, SO GOOD

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  • 5 stars

    "excellent for general use"

    November 15, 2011   |   By scholenz

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    even works with cdg files

    Cons

    none to mind

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  • 5 stars

    "My favorite for years."

    October 28, 2011   |   By loml55

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    Stable, easy to use, flexible (you can use external encoders) or very simple if you use the lame plugin so you do not have to set the presets manually.

    Cons

    Nothing found yet.

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  • 5 stars

    "If you look for the best and simple flawless encoder !"

    October 23, 2011   |   By Drhom

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    Paired with Audiograbber MP3 plugin (available on CNET too), it is simply the best to do the job !

    Cons

    Found none...

    Summary

    Installed on XP and 7 and it's working perfectly. Go download the Audiograbber MP3 plugin (it install itself in Audiograbber folder) and start the best MP3 encoding (LAME) pair (I tried many before....), and best of all, it's free !

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  • 5 stars

    "My favorite CD ripper!"

    March 29, 2011   |   By gene_miller

    Version: Audiograbber 1.83 SE

    Pros

    Creates MP3's with ID3 tags, the settings are very flexible, sound quality is perfect.

    Cons

    Not installing Lame MP3 encoder by default but this is not a BIG problem :)

    Summary

    This is an Audiograbber and you don't need any other :)

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