Editors' reviewWe were pleasantly surprised by Audiolib CD Ripper, a nice little application that helps you rip audio tracks from a CD into various audio format files. The installation flies by and the program launches on your desktop in seconds. The welcoming interface is easy to navigate. The program lets you select all the tracks or just the ones you want, then rip them into MP3, WAV, or OGG formats. The software also automatically detects your CD, reading information directly from it without connecting to any online music database. The ripping is widely configurable, allowing you to change bit rate, quality, and variable bit rate (VBR). The whole ripping process takes only seconds, and after it ends you can open the default output folder right from the program. Apart from ripping audio files, the software also can play with the functionality of a basic CD player. Considering its great output, Audiolib CD Ripper will appeal to audio enthusiasts.
Audiolib CD Ripper is an easy-to-use tool that can rip audio CD tracks to MP3, WAV, or OGG format without creating temporary files. CDDB is supported, and you can connect to the FreeDB server to get CD information. Local CDDB also is supported, as are ID3 tags. The track title can be renamed, a Winamp playlist can be generated, and the program has cool skins.