My go-to CD ripper. Simple and intuitive, but gives several options for encoding. The CDDB option stopped working, but goebbe (below) says to replace the freedb option with gnudb.gnudb.org --- which works.
Very useful and easy to use "ripper". I converted my CD-Collection to FLAC-files. It can download the Interpret/ Titles for CDs. In Preferences/Advanced/CDDB use "gnudb.gnudb.org" to get the titels."
Not support ripping from files
I had a great experience using Asunder to convert my CD collection to MP3's and other formats. Love the way it scrapes the metadata from the Internet. I then used Easytag to add album art which was a good combo.
This seems OK, but I take issue with how it RIPS a cd into WAV, then while still ripping, encodes WAVS into the target format. This has the result of taking longer to do the entire operation (of ripping a CD) , than if it just 1) ripped entire CD to WAV. 2) stopped 3) Encded ripped WAVs to target format. As 1 1-click solution it's ok, but for A-Older machines, or B-large batch operations, this is counter-intuitive. Preferences seems to be devoid of any setting that would allow this functionality. a CDex clone this is not.
Great tool for ripping CDs. Easy to use and reliable. Thanks.
Easy to use. Clean interface. Works great on Mint 18.3 Cinnamon (3.6.7) 64-bit
It seems to do the job. But why do you limit MP3 encryption to 245kbs, the standard for quality seems to be 320
Really nice! Easy to use and it's super clean.
Excellent pour numériser ses cds
Also supports automatically encoding into Ogg Opus!
Excellent CD ripper. Easy to use. It gives good quality audio.
Super CD-Ripper, habe damit meine komplette CD Sammlung ohne Probleme konvertiert!
Great and simple 'no-nonsense'-CD ripper. Makes et perfectly simple to convert my CD collection to flac files the way I want them. Highly recommendable!
Would be even better if FLAC was bundled with it since it's a common lossless format.
Very nice GUI except for lack of ability to change MP3 encoding options.
A great CD ripper. My drive isn't the best, but Asunder takes time to read the disk properly and produce a good result.
The only CD Ripper I Use. Took a few min. to find and install lame, after that it's all good.
It has more options for encoding than Sound Juicer, but it can not use MusicBrainz as a CD DataBase