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License:
Time-limited trial (Free to try)
Size:
48.9 MB
Updated:
Downloads:
627
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
GBelectronics(more)
Website:
Unknown
Publisher's Descriptions
Audio-CD-Archiv is a software application able to catalog CDs and extract digital music from audio CDs.

Put your valuable CD-collection into the wall cupboard and make Audio-CD-Archiv to your central music-center! Insert only the CD into the drive and all title information and cover picture(s) are loaded from the online database. Copy the music files in the formats MP3, WMA or OGG in different quality levels up to absolute lossless WMA-file.

Import music files from any iPod to your computer as well as copy music files to iTunes. The extensive music file management supports MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, FLAC, M4A and AAC. Functions like search for duplicate titles or typing errors, complete and search missing ID3-Tags via Internet, repair corrupt music files spruces your music catalog up in no time at all.

Save notes to entire CDs or single tracks. Get a quick overview if a CD is your own, on your wishing list, lent or borrowed. Catalog CDs from the online database and include audio samples. Convert to MP3, WMA or OGG, write to CD/DVD, copy to MP3-Player or iTunes.

You can download Audio-CD-Archiv free here.
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