Easy CD-DA Extractor

Easy CD-DA Extractor is the most comprehensive multi format audio converter and is extremely easy to use. Rips audio CDs, converts audio files, and burns CDs & DVDs. All popular audio formats are supported. Includes editing of metadata, and copying of CDs & DVDs. Uses GD3, MusicBrainz, freedb, and Amazon metadata services for retrieving metadata and cover art.

Easy CD-DA Extractor is designed to provide best user experience with its excellent user interface and ultimate audio quality. It includes only the audio components and codecs that provide the best audio quality. Easy CD-DA Extractor includes Dolby Pulse AAC / HE AAC encoder. Dolby Pulse combines all the benefits of AAC and HE AAC v1/v2 efficiency and further improves on the audio performance by adding exclusive Dolby features. Easy CD-DA Extractor uses ReplayGain to calculate the loudness of audio files. It allows automatic loudness leveling of music on playback.

Unique features of Easy CD-DA Extractor:

  • Intuitive and easy-to-use interface
  • Best audio codecs out of the box for best audio quality
  • Exact and reliable CD ripping with error detection and two-pass verification of audio
  • Extremely high-performance ripping and converting that takes advantage of the multimedia features of processors
  • Multi-core audio converter that allows parallel audio conversion with up to 8 parallel converters
  • ReplayGain for automatic loudness leveling on playback

Supported audio formats include:

Dolby Pulse AAC / HE AAC, Apple Lossless, AIFF, Monkey's Audio, FLAC, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, Windows Media Audio, and WavPack.

Download: Easy CD-DA Extractor | 10.1 MB (Shareware)
View: Easy CD-DA Extractor Website | Release Notes

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Best audio codecs out of the box for best audio quality

i am willing to bet using Foobar2000 along with the codecs like LAME v3.99.3/Nero's AAC (v1.5.4.0) etc are better than what they got. only issue with Foobar2000 is it does require a little bit of initial setup but it's not hard as it's mostly guiding the Foobar2000 application to the location of the .exe file for the encoders.