sound-juicer

GNOME CD Ripper
  http://www.burtonini.com/blog/computers/sound-juicer
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  20 reviews



A CD ripper for GNOME which aims to have a simple, clean, easy to use interface.

The package includes support by default for Vorbis and FLAC formats. For other supports you need the following packages:
* gstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly to encode to MP2,
* gstreamer1.0-lame (not available in the Debian archive) to encode
to MP3,
* gstreamer1.0-plugins-really-bad (not available in Debian) to encode
to AAC.
Latest reviews
4
dsrini-open 1 year ago

Does the work of cd ripping. Configuration could have been intuitive. Additionally, would recommend adding mp3 properties such as rip quality etc.

3
mani-b 2 years ago

Nicht schlecht, doch wäre z.B. ein Regler zum Einstellen der Bitrate vorteilhaft.

4
mideal 3 years ago

Stops/crashes after first track of a CD after a fresh start. Works fine after restarting. That's more funny than annoying, I now first rip one file, then the rest èn bloc.

4
angelgs 3 years ago

Very simple to use but it lacks some essentials options for encoding and tagging

2
Hammer459 4 years ago

Too simple, you get the default settings and quality. Period.

4
josefg 4 years ago

Neat tool for getting FLAC files from my audio CDs.

2
nissimnanach 4 years ago

Does not support adusting Quality

5
gothicpreston 4 years ago

Ok, ok! I know CDs are a media relic from the 80's, but some of us still buy them and "own" our music collection outright...so we need awesome apps like this to get pull the stuff into our digital collection. Another essential install on every box I own.

3
bkv1958 4 years ago

would like 2-character track numbers in file names

2
isomage 4 years ago

Asunder is better

4
BLKBRDSR71 5 years ago

Rips good

4
pfreris 5 years ago

like it!

2
djm256 5 years ago

Simple app that does what it says on the tin. However the configuration is too lacking for my purposes so I've looked elsewhere.

4
Mathew-Moore 5 years ago

It's a nice application when setup

4
windumb 5 years ago

little great tool. uncomplicated backups for your favorite tunes. awesome ogg output

4
powerhouse 5 years ago

I used sound-juicer to rip my CD collection, some 1400 CDs, all to flac. It's a nice application, but unfortunately only uses MusicBrainz for CD identification. In many cases it couldn't identify the CD so I had to use EasyTag to add the artists and track info/tags. It should at least support freedb in addition to MusicBrainz. Otherwise it works nicely.

5
miib96 5 years ago

super pratique un gain de temps sur!!

3
yashletn 5 years ago

redondant lorsqu'on utilise banshee

5
natchezjohn 6 years ago

Simple and effective - I'm a 73 year old noob and had no problems. Sound quality as good as the original

2
elimarcus 6 years ago

bitrate is too low for my purposes