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hawkfan369
10-19-08, 01:25 PM
EAC

Exact Audio Copy is a so called audio grabber for audio CDs using standard CD and DVD-ROM drives. The main differences between EAC and most other audio grabbers are : It is free (for non-commercial purposes)
It works with a technology, which reads audio CDs almost perfectly. If there are any errors that canít be corrected, it will tell you on which time position the (possible) distortion occurred, so you could easily control it with e.g. the media player. With other audio grabbers you usually need to listen to every grabbed wave because they only do jitter correction. Scratched CDs read on CD-ROM drives often produce distortions. But listening to every extracted audio track is a waste of time. Exact Audio Copy conquer these problems by making use of several technologies like multi-reading with verify and AccurateRip.

http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/en/index.php/resources/download/

xACT

xACT stands for X Audio Compression Toolkit. It is a GUI based front end written in AppleScript Studio for the Unix applications Shorten, shntool, monkey's audio compressor, flac, and cdda2wav with paranoia support. It also uses a modified md5sum and sox. It does the basic commands of these applications and adds a few features to speed up productivity in creation of etree.org standard filesets.

http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/14246


cdparanoia

http://xiph.org/paranoia/down.html


PlexToolsDAE

http://www.plextools.com/

lateralus
11-07-13, 06:15 PM
Looking for suggestions for Blue-Ray ripper software. i would like to have the bonus features of the Hear My Train a Comin release for playback on my Iphone and IPad.

J.Lucas
11-15-13, 12:58 AM
Looking for suggestions for Blue-Ray ripper software. i would like to have the bonus features of the Hear My Train a Comin release for playback on my Iphone and IPad.

I don't have a BR drive for my PC, but I do D/L BR rips....
here's what I would do(I just tried it)
I used Nero Vision 10......
open ...make blu ray disc:
go to 'import' and find the file you want on your disc:
import it...watch it to make sure it's what you want:
then click on 'export'(check your output settings here to the quality you want) and it will export into a mpeg4 file...
from there if you need to convert it's pretty simple
but I just wanted to let you know that Nero Vision 10 will do the trick with out having to 'rip' the DVD to the PC 1st..
it'll get the file directly from the DVD itself...

PS: You may have to get around the Macrovision/Region coding
if so: Slysoft works well(it's the preferred one on the web)
http://www.slysoft.com/en/anydvdhd.html
Clone DVD mobile will do MPEG convert to mobile devices
http://www.slysoft.com/en/clonedvd-mobile.html