Convert CD to .MP3 Windows 10, converts audio CD tracks to a variety of the most popular audio formats: MP3, WAV, OGG, WMA. Moreover.
MP3Producer encodes WAV to MP3, OGG, WMA and decodes MP3, OGG and WMA to WAV.
MP3Producer Short Features:
- converts CD tracks to MP3, OGG and WMA files
- extracts CD tracks to WAV files
- encodes WAV to MP3, OGG and WMA files
- decodes MP3, OGG and WMA files to WAV
- supports MPEG1, MPEG2; all constant, variable and average bitrates (8-320 kbps)
- supports ID3v1, ID3v2, OGG and WMA tags
- edits and creates filenames
- multi-language interface
- CDDB/FreeDB support
- built-in CD, WAV player
- play functionalities for MP3, OGG and WMA files
MP3Producer supports the following formats:
- MP3 – MPEG1 and MPEG2, constant (CBR) and variable bitrates (8-320 kbps),
- WAV – 22050/44100 Mono/Stereo,
- OGG – constant, variable bitrates and average (ABR) bitrates (8-320 kbps),
- WMA – constant and variable bitrates (5-320 kbps) using the Windows Media Audio 9.1 Voice, Professional, Lossless codecs.
MP3Producer works under Windows 95/98/ME/NT//XP.
Using the ID3v1, ID3v2, OGG and WMA tags allows you to save the album info in the MP3, OGG, WMA files.
Using MP3Producer is very simple – the program interface consists of 4 tabs, accomplishing the actions on each of them in series, you'll fill out the ID3 tag fields, choose the requisite filenames format, define the audio format settings. All the actions are easy to fulfil because of large number of presets and automated dialogs.
The design of the first tab – ‘Track List’ – is very well considered. Being handy, vivid, and obvious, it helps to comprehend the stage of the copying or encoding process. Each stage possesses a peculiar icon and string color of the file.
The ‘ID3 Tag’ tab contains the ID3 tag fields to preserve the album info (the artist name, the album and tracks titles). Screenshot… To avoid filling out the ID3 tags fields manually, one can use the FreeDB Editor – a utility to find the album info on the Internet quickly and precisely and to the ID3 fields automatically. Screenshot… It’s possible to save the data into the cdplayer.ini file and the Local Database. One can exploit the FreeDB Submit function to send the missing data on the album to the FreeDB database.
The Mask Editor on the ‘Filename’ (Screenshot…) tab is to help you create filenames using the album info (the artist name, the album and tracks titles) – it’s possible to combine the data from the ID3 tag fields to form a mask. There are also flexible settings to automatically replace symbols and case.
The ‘Extract CD Segment’ allows you to listen to and to copy any part of the CD to a MP3, WAV, OGG, WMA file.
Diverse flexible settings (the settings of the main window settings, the CD-ROM drive, the Internet connection) assist you to customize MP3Producer to your needs.
The built-in player plays CD tracks and WAV files and launches any other (Winamp, Windows Media Player) to play MP3, OGG, WMA files.
Flexible settings, vivid and multilingual interface, multifunctionality and handiness – all these qualities rouse everybody’s interest!
Note: We offer you a 10-day trial term, so you could test the program before buying it. For 10 days MP3Producer will work with no features limited. And if you are satisfied with the program all you will need to do to continue using MP3Producer is to register it.
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