Hanso CD Extractor is a lite but powerful application for managing a wide range of audio-related projects. Its core functions are ripping and converting audio files, helping you transfer your CD music collection into an easy-accessible library available anytime on your hard drive or other portable devices. With Hanso CD Extractor ripping is made amazingly simple and accurate through the use of jitter correction for quality control. The program normalizes your files to offer consistent volume levels and allows you to discover track information reading from the CD's .ini file or by using the CDDB database online to save you the time and effort of entering music metadata yourself.
What's new in this version: Performance improvements, bugs fixed.
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"I like it!"
Version: Hanso CD Extractor 1.8
I like this new version, accessibility, ease of use, a top notch product .
Still getting used to it, no complains so far.
"more bad than good"
Version: Hanso CD Extractor 1.1
Works with decent speed, sound quality is good. Light- Doesn't use a lot of RAM or CPU.
settings interface is horrible. Help for settings tabs options was useless. see more details below
For settings, there were TINY checkboxes (especially on small laptop screen) faint horizontal line is off, slightly less faint chevron is on. I had to squint to make sure of which was which. When you click a box to change a setting, a more common cookie appears in the box, but it is not an indicator that you just turned the feature on. It comes up regardless of whether you have turned the feature on or off and just sits there til you go to something else, making it hard to tell what you're doing. In other words, this shows regardless of whether you are toggling the feature on or off, and is not an indicator that it's been set to on. Turning off VBR/finding CBR setting takes some work, not intuitive. Other settings/options/commands also not that user friendly for average user. CDDB couldn't find album info despite CD being pretty mainstream. (Robert Plant - Manic Nirvana) MusicBrainz option found it, but changing anything in settings tabs caused loss of track info, and I had to go to the menu to click MusicBrainz search again to bring it back. Closing program and reopening it caused all settings to revert to default! NOT acceptable (unless you enjoy making like Sisyphus)! Help was self-explanatory "this is where you can change your settings" silliness with list of settings. yes, that's obvious but what do they MEAN? What does that DO? If they can fix this mess, it would be a nice little lightweight program, like I was hoping to find.excuse the redundancy about the cookie/toggle; I thought I had deleted the second sentence.
Updated on Jul 3, 2010
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