Easily convert your audio CD collection to MP3 with MGSharewareÂ –
MGShareware has released version 3 of FreeRIP, the well known Windows CD ripper/audio encoder, which counts million users all around the world.
Converting your CD audio collection to digital audio files is a breeze with FreeRIP: download and install it, put your audio CD into your computer\\\’s CD drive, run FreeRIP and click on the \\\”Rip\\\” button.
Once you have your digital audio tracks in your preferred format (FreeRIP can convert them to MP3, WMA, WAV, Ogg Vorbis or FLAC), just move them onto an audio player (e.g. a portable MP3 player such as an Apple iPodâ„¢ or Creative Zen Playerâ„¢), an advanced mobile phone or burn them to a CD to listen in your car, stereo or discman. FreeRIP is also an audio file format converter, and can convert audio tracks from one of the supported audio formats to another.
Despite of its simple and easy to use user interface, FreeRIP offers advanced features, it supports almost all ID3V2 info tags, can read CD-Text, and supports fine grain encoding settings for all the supported audio formats. It also integrates FreeRIP CD Database, a collaborative, open source CD database (http://freeripdb.mgshareware.com), and a contextual search button to speed up the quest for information, images, videos and lyrics related to the CD in the drive.
FreeRIP interface is internationalized and it supports the following languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, Hungarian, Korean and Turkish. Other languages are on the way and will be distributed as updates.
FreeRIP runs under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003/Vista, itâ€™s free to download and use, and is available online at http://www.mgshareware.com/frmmain.shtml.