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New ripping software with advanced error correction

Posted at 30 November 2001 19:58 CEST by G@M3FR3@K
AudioFan used our newssubmit to tell us:Check out this new piece of ripping software called CDP32. It shows the most promise of any Windows CD audio extraction application I've ever seen. CDP32 Digital Audio Extractor and Encoder is designed to help you create error-free MP3 and WAV files quickly and easily. Most CD ripping programs will automatically rip into WAV or MP3 format without a confirmation, but with this program, you can select whether you want each file to be an MP3 or WAV file.Unlike most other DAE utilities, CDP32 actively uses subchannel information stored on CD to detect and correct jitter and CD errors on-the-fly. The DAE engine utilizes the built-in adaptive control and supports the following modes of digital audio extraction:The fastest BURST mode without error controlRaw P subchannel error controlRaw Q subchannel error controlRaw P & Q subchannel error controlCRC Corrected P subchannel error controlDouble read modeAdaptive auto mode with on the fly automatic selection of the most appropriate DAE modeAnother MP3/WAV ripper? I think I'll stick to EACDownload CDP32 from www.compactgear.com.Source: CompactGear.com

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