Codecs Audiograbber

Audiograbber 1.83 Build 1 for Windows

by Jackie Franck

Avg. Rating 4.4 (92 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.6 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 585,237
Publisher Jackie Franck
Homepage Audiograbber

Publisher's Description

Audiograbber grabs digital audio from CDs. It copies the audio digitally - not through the soundcard - which enables you to make perfect copies of the originals. It can even perform a test to see that the copies really are perfect. It can also automatically normalize the music, delete silence from the start and/or end of tracks, and send them to a variety or external MP3 encoders, such as Fraunhofers L3enc, or even use some MP3/WMA encoders internally for automatic creation of MP3s. It can download and upload disc info from freedb, an Internet compact disc database. You can even record your vinyl LPs or cassette tapes and make WAV files or MP3s of them.

Latest Reviews

CARLOS SILVA

CARLOS SILVA reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Feb 11, 2011

Audiograbber

trents

trents reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Nov 24, 2010

One of the finest programs ever created for ripping cds.
I have been using this program from its start and it has never failed.


This is true and been tested one..

simbad dzanic

simbad dzanic reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Nov 17, 2009

rdthrdjtzjdtj

elkal000

elkal000 reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Oct 6, 2009

The best ripper I've ever used!

winter123

winter123 reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Mar 23, 2009

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!! I was trying to rip a very rare album off CD using itunes, and about half way through it just completely stopped! I managed to get it two more tracks at about 2x speed, then the final two tracks no matter what I did it would not rip the last two. It always got stuck and would not even play the tracks. I tried to clean it with a microfiber cloth but it just got scratched and got worse.

Then I got Audiograbber- 21x constant speed into WAV files and the quality is perfect! It only paused once saying error presumably cause of the scratches, but it went right back and did it correctly at 21x. I don't know how the creators did this but it is amazing!

GrailKnight

GrailKnight reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Feb 25, 2009

One of the finest programs ever created for ripping cds.
Works fine on Win7 Pro.

iamnotyou

iamnotyou reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Jan 7, 2009

A sweet little program , it does everything I need it to do with a very small install size. Get this and a copy of LAME and you can rip your CDs with ease.

Highly recommended.

dono1216

dono1216 reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Mar 26, 2008

4 years since its last release, I still come back to Audiograbber. At least the Lame encoder is still being updated. The dynamic sync works nicely with my old banged up scratched CDs. Everything works fine in Vista, even SP1.

The only time I don't use Audiograbber is when the CDDB can't find the album info and the Media Guide in WMP can. Which unfortunately seems to be the case with *many* new albums. Of course, that's not Audiograbber's fault.

Landsnes

Landsnes reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Jul 8, 2007

For me, this audio ripper is perfect! I mainly use LAME for encoding my MP3-files, but LAME is not included in the program. On the author's site you can find a link to where you can download the latest version of LAME for use in the program. Audiograbber is fast and I've never experienced any problems with it. Full score.

grimpr

grimpr reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on May 18, 2007

The PC audionoids use ExactAudioCopy which is ofcourse a superb freeware program, but Audiograbber excels at providing a more friendly interface for the newstart along with some powerful options like updating the LAME and OggVorbis encoders with a simple copy paste procedure. Overall an excellent and usefull program.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (92 votes)
Your Rating
CARLOS SILVA

CARLOS SILVA reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Feb 11, 2011

Audiograbber

trents

trents reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Nov 24, 2010

One of the finest programs ever created for ripping cds.
I have been using this program from its start and it has never failed.


This is true and been tested one..

simbad dzanic

simbad dzanic reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Nov 17, 2009

rdthrdjtzjdtj

elkal000

elkal000 reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Oct 6, 2009

The best ripper I've ever used!

winter123

winter123 reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Mar 23, 2009

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!! I was trying to rip a very rare album off CD using itunes, and about half way through it just completely stopped! I managed to get it two more tracks at about 2x speed, then the final two tracks no matter what I did it would not rip the last two. It always got stuck and would not even play the tracks. I tried to clean it with a microfiber cloth but it just got scratched and got worse.

Then I got Audiograbber- 21x constant speed into WAV files and the quality is perfect! It only paused once saying error presumably cause of the scratches, but it went right back and did it correctly at 21x. I don't know how the creators did this but it is amazing!

GrailKnight

GrailKnight reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Feb 25, 2009

One of the finest programs ever created for ripping cds.
Works fine on Win7 Pro.

iamnotyou

iamnotyou reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Jan 7, 2009

A sweet little program , it does everything I need it to do with a very small install size. Get this and a copy of LAME and you can rip your CDs with ease.

Highly recommended.

dono1216

dono1216 reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Mar 26, 2008

4 years since its last release, I still come back to Audiograbber. At least the Lame encoder is still being updated. The dynamic sync works nicely with my old banged up scratched CDs. Everything works fine in Vista, even SP1.

The only time I don't use Audiograbber is when the CDDB can't find the album info and the Media Guide in WMP can. Which unfortunately seems to be the case with *many* new albums. Of course, that's not Audiograbber's fault.

Landsnes

Landsnes reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Jul 8, 2007

For me, this audio ripper is perfect! I mainly use LAME for encoding my MP3-files, but LAME is not included in the program. On the author's site you can find a link to where you can download the latest version of LAME for use in the program. Audiograbber is fast and I've never experienced any problems with it. Full score.

grimpr

grimpr reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on May 18, 2007

The PC audionoids use ExactAudioCopy which is ofcourse a superb freeware program, but Audiograbber excels at providing a more friendly interface for the newstart along with some powerful options like updating the LAME and OggVorbis encoders with a simple copy paste procedure. Overall an excellent and usefull program.

oompoop

oompoop reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Jan 26, 2007

Using it since years, I lately bought a 'copyprotected' CD, starting an own player when being inserted and showing a lot of strange files on the commander.
Audiograbber showed me the 16 tracks and started working immediately :-))
Any further questions?!

kingsgraphic

kingsgraphic reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Oct 29, 2006

I've been using Audiograbber for years on cassette tape and vinyl output. It's been faultless as far as I'm concerned. No need to say more is there?
Tony.

Someone reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Nov 16, 2005

No doubt this is the best of them all,CDex comes in second place if you ask me and then the rest. Anyhow, I've known of this one since it first came out and definitely its the best, I just love all the features that it has...too bad is no longer being updated by the author, GUI sure would need a re-touch but definitely this is the best one to grab.

mansa

mansa reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Aug 25, 2005

for me it's a good alternative for mp3 encoding
It's complete free and works great
However it's a little bit slow (slower than
dbpower )
I know that's not very important for most users
But try it and you will adopt it

DWolf

DWolf reviewed v1.83 Build 1 on Aug 7, 2005

Excellent Program, I use Lame for mp3, Works Perfectrly!!!

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