In spite of its comprehensive nature, AudioRight Professional is far from perfect. This jack-of-all-trades program offers a CD burner, an audio converter, a recorder, and a ripper but unfortunately doesn't bundle them all in one interface, forcing you to access each function separately. The ripper can transform an audio CD into WAV, MP3, WMA, and OGG files. Though it lets you choose to obtain artist and track information from a number of online databases, none of them worked in our testing. The converter handles the same codecs as the ripper and lets you modify bit rate, channels, frequency, and quality, as well as use the space-efficient VBR compression scheme. The burner and recorder both worked fine in our tests, though the latter doesn't let you set recording levels from directly within the program. However, the trial restrictions are the biggest letdown, limiting you to four file conversions, one minute of recording time, a 10-track CD, and four ripped tracks. We like that AudioRight Professional can wear many hats, but given its issues, we can only give it a half-hearted recommendation.
Get the right format which you need Convert audio file format among WAV, MP3, WMA and OGG. You can convert one format to an other. Reduce file size Compress WAV format to MP3, WMA or OGG format. Play files on different device Play MP3 and WMA files on handle device such as Pocket PC and Palm. Change file information Edit ID3 information for MP3, WAV and OGG files. Version 3.09 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What's new in this version:
- New encode and decode engines.
- Improved interface.