Despite its small feautre set and restricted functionality, CD to WAV/MP3 Ripper does what it’s supposed to. The application only allows you to extract CD tracks into WAV or MP3 files, neglecting other popular formats such as WMA. Also, unlike most CD-ripping apps we test, this one can’t even retrieve the disc information from CD databases. The settings are obviously intended for beginners; all you can choose is the bit rate. Nevertheless, in our tests, the program showed good speed, and the tracks it produced sounded just fine. If you don’t want to pay for a ripping program, don’t need any fancy feature, and don’t mind labeling your tracks by hand, this simple utility may be worth considering.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 2.0
With CD to WAV/MP3 Ripper, you can rip CDs to WAV or MP3 files with the option of a 14-bit rate. When ripping to MP3, no temporary file is made; MP3s are encoded on the fly. CD to WAV/MP3 Ripper features MThree’s intuitive WinZip-style interface for ease of use, and includes CD controls to allow you to preview and play your CDs. The program uses the newest digital-extraction technology, allowing for the fastest ripping and highest-quality encoding available.
What does install from ISO mean?
--An ISO installation file is a collection of individual files and folders on an installation DVD combined into a single file.
How do I work an ISO file?
--You can open the ISO file using File Explorer or Windows Explorer in the pop-up menu. Next, select the disc image burn command. The Windows Disc Image Burner tool should appear and point to your CD/DVD drive. Click the Burn button to continue.
How install from ISO file in Windows?
--Right-click the ISO image file and select Mount from the menu. It will open the file like a DVD. Next, you'll see an entry for your drive letter in Windows Explorer. Browse to the location of the setup file and double-click it to begin your installation.