CDex is a program to “rip” audio CD, ie convert a CD to MP3.
Besides mp3 encoders supports several more:
Windows MP3 encoder
Among the properties highlight of this program are the following: You can select multiple items at once; Recognizes album information stored in the file ini.file; Recognizes CD Database (CDDB) Support CD-Text, has a system called Advanced jitter correction (Corrector advanced jitter) that improves audio quality encodado; Normalizes sound, indicating the progress in the process of passage from CD to MP3, M3U and PLS playlists support (compatible with programs like Winamp and the like)
CDex 1.70 (Beta 4) is the latest version (November 2009) of this software is free (GPL) and is in several languages including Spanish. It’s simple to use and is available for Windows XP, 2000, Vista and 7.
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