Audio grabber tool for KDE
  5 reviews

Audex is a new audio grabber tool for CD-ROM drives for the KDE desktop.

The assistant is able to create profiles for LAME, OGG Vorbis (oggenc), FLAC, FAAC (AAC/MP4) and RIFF WAVE. Please install your favorite encoder. Of course for WAVE no external encoder is needed! Beyond the assistant you can define your own profile, which means, that audex works together with commmand line encoders in general.

Some features are:
* Extracting with CDDA Paranoia. So you have quite perfect audio quality.
* Extracting and encoding run parallel.
* Filename editing with local and remote CDDB/FreeDB database.
* Submit new entries to CDDB/FreeDB database.
* Metadata correction tools like capitalize etc.
* Multi-profile extraction (with one commandline-encoder per profile).
* Fetch covers from the internet and store them in the database.
* Create playlists, cover and template-based-info files in target directory.
* Creates extraction and encoding protocols.
* Transfer files to a FTP-server.
Latest reviews
ej_rostock 6 years ago

only missing selecting picture from local source (when websarch failed)

publicFriend 8 years ago

Very nice, works great!

GhoS 13 years ago

Wish I had heard of it sooner, only thing I wish it did was play the files so I can decide if I want them or not

huntman 13 years ago

very nice,works great

masoko 13 years ago

Es excelente, debería haber una versión para Gnome