What is a good mp3 converter to use (disc to mp3) preferably a free one?

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#1

What is a good mp3 converter to use (disc to mp3) preferably a free one?


#2

exact audio copy and its free
http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/


#3

Exact Audio Copy:

http://www.exactaudiocopy.de

with LAME to compress MP3:

http://mitiok.cjb.net

That will do it for free!


#4

For the sake of having one more choice…

http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/

It used to be a pay program, now it’s free. It does certain things I like and includes Fraunhofer Codec and can utilize Lame as well.


#5

EAC + LAME
http://users.pandora.be/satcp/ <-- READ!
//Danne


#6

CDEX is a nice ripper & converter.
http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/


#7

Audiograbber is cute and fast, but the quality it provides is nowhere near that offered by EAC.

Some people swear by CDEX, I’ve not tried it personally as EAC provides perfect backups and I’ve never seen a need to change.


#8

HI, I need some advice on burning mp3’s. I want to be able to burn a cd with numerous songs on it. I knew of a guy once who burned almost a hundred songs on one. I tried burning as a data disc to get more and using mp3 but would not read in my CDR/RW compatible car stereo.


#9

It won’t. If you burn Mp3s to a CD it will only play on an Mp3 compatible CD player. Your stereo will read audio (ie copied or compilation cds in normal format) CDR/RW, but Mp3 is a different thing and is obviously not supported.

To get it to play, buy a new stereo, or burn normal audio CDs.


#10

dbpoeramp is free and is meant to be the so called “swiss army knife” of converters…never given me a problem :bow:


#11

oh sorry I forgot to mention the fact that I do have an mp3 compatible stereo in my car, the project is just a matter of getting lots of mp3’s on the same cd.


#12

@Drewbob177

I actually use Roxio Classic Creator for burning MP3 discs. Does a fine job but not free.


#13

i use Easy CD-DA Extractor but its not free been using it for 4 years now & happen to like it but i use clonecd or nero at slow ripping speeds to do disc to disc copys


#15

Hi, a good converter try is (Link didn’t work)or ([B]confirmed spam link[/B]). It’s free, no sign up and unlimited.

Edit by mod:

A few more to look at: http://www.video2mp3.net/
http://www.vidtomp3.com/
http://www.youtube-mp3.org/


#16

Have to admit replying to a 6 year old thread is kinda old don’t you think? They most likely found a mp3 converter they wanted.


#17

Older threads are intentionally left open so that anyone interested in them can bring them back to life if they have new information to add.
Therefore, TUUKTUUK is perfectly within the boundaries of good posting by reviving this one.

We’ve warned you about a dozen times now coolcolors. [B]Stop discouraging people from posting.[/B] The next time brings an infraction.

By the way TUUKTUUK, the original topic was going from disc to mp3, but branching out the topic a bit is ok. Your first link doesn’t work however.

Edit: There seem to be a lot of these online converters, so I added some to TUUKTUUK’s post. Having just the one working link, plus the name coinciding with the poster’s made it seem a bit spammish. Maybe this will alleviate that a bit.


#18

One thing to keep in mind with these “free” online conversion sites is that they use your personal information when you visit their sites. One of the conversion sites explains this quite well on this page: http://www.youtube-mp3.org/privacy


#19

I know I have posted about threads of a certain age. I’m not against having them permanently open. I just think they should be archived to their own section. From there they would not display on the main new topic board but have an easily accessable " Archive" board. I’m sure a lot of us would check it regulary anyway but it would clear the main board some for those that didn’t want to see old threads. That may not be the best solution & is just a suggestion by me.
I would add one but the good ones have been covered . I prefer EAC myself.
I think the paid version of the CD ripper bundled with dBpowerAmp will do this .


#20

errr, back OT, there are a few ways to skin a cat…Besides the mentioned EAC and DBPA, F2k, Cdex, iTunes, WMP(yikes), MediaMonkey, etc etc etc…


#21

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2599054]Older threads are intentionally left open so that anyone interested in them can bring them back to life if they have new information to add.
Therefore, TUUKTUUK is perfectly within the boundaries of good posting by reviving this one.

We’ve warned you about a dozen times now coolcolors. [B]Stop discouraging people from posting.[/B] The next time brings an infraction.

By the way TUUKTUUK, the original topic was going from disc to mp3, but branching out the topic a bit is ok. Your first link doesn’t work however.

Edit: There seem to be a lot of these online converters, so I added some to TUUKTUUK’s post. Having just the one working link, plus the name coinciding with the poster’s made it seem a bit spammish. Maybe this will alleviate that a bit.[/QUOTE]

I was not discouraging the poster from replying if they wanted. That is a stretch to imply my posting was telling them not to post.