Editors' reviewThis CD ripper is totally free and mostly functional, but due to a few quirks, we can't recommend it over the numerous jukeboxes and standalone utilities that do the same thing. Although DeepRipper's design is intuitive, one of its biggest problems is it cannot retrieve track information from the Web, forcing you to painstakingly label all of your songs by hand. The program encodes tunes as MP3s, WAVs, or OGG files, but we would prefer a greater degree of control over audio quality. Though you will find a large list of presets, you can't rip MP3s at a constant bit rate, and if you opt for the OGG codec, you only can set the audio quality with a slider rather than entering specifics. Still, DeepRipper did its main job just fine, and we experienced no issues with the simple, built-in audio player. Folks on a budget will find this app a passable choice, but other free programs do the same job better.
DeepRipper is a new freeware program that will convert your audio CD tracks to first-grade MP3, OGG, or WAV files. The application features a number of presets for less-experienced users and a full set of manual settings for experts. Take full control over CD ripping with DeepRipper. Do it quickly, easily, and in a flexible way. Extracting digital-music files from CDs becomes simple, quick, and painless with DeepRipper.
What's new in this version:
- Added: Deutsch interface language
- Added: common shortcuts keys
- Improved: programÃ¢â?¬â?¢s icons
- Fixed: problem with incorrect program execution on Windows98/2000 systems
- Fixed: now TAB button works