Editors' reviewIn its CD-ripping capabilities, CD to MP3 Ripper differs little from free media players. In addition to WMA and MP3 files, the program lets you copy audio from CDs to Ogg Vorbis and WAV formats. The outdated interface sometimes makes things difficult. To retrieve the names of CD tracks from the Internet, you have to click the FreeDB button, then the Download From FreeDB tab. In our tests, the MP3 conversion speed was fairly high, but the output quality was not quite up to par. The trial version burns the first five tracks of any CD as often as you want, apparently. Though it handles its main job well enough, CD to MP3 Ripper provides no extra functionality or usability compared to the better freeware rippers on the market.
CD to MP3 Ripper rips audio CD tracks and converts them into audio formats such as mp3, wav, wma (Windows Media Audio), VQF (Yamaha SoundVQ), or OGG Vorbis, converts MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG Vorbis from one to another on-the-fly, resamples MP3 to MP3, WAV to WAV, WMA to WMA, OGG to OGG for changing bitrates, frequency, and other options. It's fast, easy to use while powerful. Version 7.0 adds Windows Vista support.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.0 adds Windows Vista support.