How to Rip Music CD?
- 1. Activate Audio CD Ripper
- 2. Select Usable Ripping Device
- 3. Check the Tracks You Want to Rip
- 4. Choose Compression Type & Rip
Getting a song from a CD to a computer is a fairly simple process, as long as you have the right software - Sound Editor Deluxe. It provides a built-in audio CD grabber to help you make perfect digital copies of audio CD tracks when you have many music CDs and save them in WAV, WMA, MP3 or OGG files. When you are done, you can transfer them to a MP3 player, or access it whenever you want! Download Sound Editor Deluxe to rip music CD.
Insert an audio CD into your computer's CD drive. Launch
Sound Editor Deluxe and click on "File"
tab to choose "CD Ripper"
to activate the audio CD ripper tool.
2. Select Usable Ripping Device
The ripper scans your computer's disc drive and all the
available drives are displayed in the list. Select the right
with the audio CD inserted. If you plug in new devices or change
the disc click "Refresh" to update device list.
3. Check the Tracks You Want to Rip
Set directory to save grabbed audio files. Click the
button and choose the folder you want to backup in. Then
check the tracks
you'd like to rip. All the tracks are checked by default.
Of course you can uncheck any track that doesn't need to
4. Choose Compression Type & Rip
Choose one of the compression types
from the available templates to fulfill your needs. Click
to start ripping and wait until the process bar reaches 100%.
The disc will eject after the audio CD has been completely ripped.
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