I’m looking for a rather specific type of software. We have a lot of CDs that have audio soundbytes, and I’m looking for software to rip them. The trick is they have Indexes.
Basically, a cd would have 99 tracks, and each track might have 5 or 6 soundbytes, seperated by a gap (2-3 seconds) of silence. Old CD players such as the Denon DN-961FA can read these indexes by automatically skipping the gap of silence.
I’ve tried “Exact Audio Copy” (very inaccurate) and “Direct WAV / MP3 Splitter” (not terrible, but not totally accurate, and no batch processing)
Does anybody know of any software that can automatically read or rip these Indexes?