CDDA Ripper is a ripper, an audio cd extractor. It digitally extracts the tracks of an audio CD (CD-DA) to the hard disk. Audio tracks can be encoded in various formats: WAV files (uncompressed PCM), MP3 files and OGG Vorbis files. ACM codecs are also supported.
Project’s home page in Sourceforge.net
Win32 binary (without MFC runtime): cddarip_08rc3_nomfcrt.zip from Sourceforge.net Download and unzip this file to a temporary folder. Then double-click on the file cddarip.msi to install it. Note that you must have MFC42.DLL installed on your system (most common case).
Win32 binary (MFC runtime included): cddarip_08rc3_full.zip from Sourceforge.net Download and unzip this file to a temporary folder. Then double-click on the file cddarip.msi to install it.
Source code: cddarip_src_08rc3.tar.bz2 from Sourceforge.net
Documentation: cddarip.chm from Sourceforge.net
wnaspi32.dll If you experience the “No cd-roms found” error message of CDDA Ripper then you may download the file wnaspi32.zip. This file contains a minimum ASPI manager needed to enable an alternate CD-ROM access method (ASPI) under the Options>Global>Misc dialog box. Just download this file, unzip it in a temporary folder (say C:\Temp) and read the INSTALLATION.TXT for installation instructions.
– Digital audio extraction with jitter correction
– CDDB support
– WAV, MP3 and OGG/Vorbis encoding
– Ability to use ACM codecs (like Fraunhofer encoder)
– ID3 v1 tag support
– Uses templates for track name generation
– Ability to rip multiple CDs at once
– Ability to enter or copy/paste the names of the tracks in a multiline edit box
– Option to rip an album to its own folder
– Build-in CD player
– WAV files encoding
– Ogg/Vorbis files decoding (OGG to WAV)
– MP3 files decoding (MP3 to WAV)
– Provides support for NT/2000/XP natively (no ASPI manager required)
– Smooth and easy to use interface
CDDA Ripper uses the akrip32 library to digitally extract audio tracks from a CD-DA audio disk to the hard drive. It encodes raw PCM and WAV files into various formats:
– MP3: It uses the LAME encoder (v3.92) to produce MP3 compressed audio files.
– OGG: It uses the OGG/Vorbis encoder (v1.0 final) to produce OGG compressed audio files.
– WMA: Produces WMA (Windows Media Audio) compressed audio files.