FreeRIP is a Windows application that can convert your audio CDs to a number of audio file formats.
FreeRip is a freeware Windows application that lets you save audio CD tracks to Wav, MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis or FLAC audio files. FreeRIP is also an audio file converter since it can convert audio files from one of the named formats to another.
FreeRIP is a CD ripper, this means that it can record digital audio tracks directly from audio CD to files on your hard drive (this process is known as "ripping"). You can save tracks as CD quality WAV files or encode them to a lossy (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WMA) or lossless (FLAC) audio format.
FreeRIP version 3 supports extended tagging and ID3 v2 standard. It also provide access to FreeRIP CD Database, an Open Source, collaborative CD info repository. It also provides backward compatibility with the well known freedb CD database.
FreeRIP lets you convert audio files from a format to another: its integrated audio converter helps you to convert as many files you want between the most famous audio formats.
It also includes a contextual search button to help you searching for information, images, videos and lyrics about the selected track.
FreeRIP is simple and easy to use and it is distributed at no charge, free to download and use, but if you want to support FreeRIP project your registration is welcome!
Now includes optional My Search Bar.
- Fixed: now FreeRIP refreshes file list at the end of file dropping in converter/tagger modes (speeds up window)
- Fixed: FreeRIP no more sets output file path to null generating output file creation errors
- Added: option to open output folder on rip end
- Updated Russian language file
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