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AudioCrusher - Save your CDs onto your hard drive

Download - Freeware

by Scott at FreewareArena, Feb 2006



Editor's Pick at Freeware Arena

Category: MultiMedia › CD Rippers

Author's Name: SysDesk

Homepage: www.sysdesk.de

Version: 1.4

Compatibility: Win 98/NT/ME/2000/XP/2003

File Size: 276 Kb

Published: Mon Aug 22, 2005 5:45 pm

Last Updated: Tue Sep 27, 2005 9:52 pm



Save your CDs onto your hard drive and convert between file types.


AudioCrusher is a program which allows you to extract digital audio from audio CDs and save the audio data in various sound formats such as MP3 and WAV for example. The audio is extracted digitally without any loss of quality. AudioCrusher supports on the fly normalization and a wide range of sound formats such as RAW Audio, WAV, MP3 via LameEnc, BladeEnc or the Frauenhofer Codec, Ogg Vorbis and WMA. More formats are available through the Audio Compression Manager or the Command Line Encoder interface.


AudioCrusher can get information on audio CDs through the freedb database and is able to create SFV-checksum files of the converted files to ensure file validity later on.


AudioCrusher gives the user full control over the ID3 tags which will be appended to the created MP3 files and can create WinAmp play lists with extended play list information.


AudioCrusher is highly configurable while it is still small and very easy to use.



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