... nothing compares to Easy CD-DA Extractor, ...
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It sounds really good, this finnish Audio CD Ripper, Audio Converter, and CD/DVD Creator
- but somehow I get the feeling it is a bit ... I don't know ... "nerdish"??
How easy is it to use?
Forgive me for using the same words about the German cdr front-end.
It doesn't say anything about saving meta data and cover art??
Hello Curt, I am not so sure what you mean by nerdish but for me the interface is clean and usable.
As a program it is extremely easy to use, there are 3 tabs:Audio CD Ripper - Audio Converter - CD/DVD creator.
I use only the last two. The audio converter supports all the audio formats that I know and has options for normalization, volume adjust, metadata and additional metadata. The CD/DVD Creator tab has 4 tabs: Audio CD - MP3 CD/DVD - Data CD/DVD - DVD Video.
From these tabs I use only the 1st, as for the 3 others I prefer imgburn.
The Audio CD tab supports drag n drop of all formats and on the fly conversion of any format to wav before burning and some minor features like CD-Text, Gap Length etc.
In general for burning and converting audio files from one format to another it is excellent; as for Ampa's reply, imgburn does not convert audio files (so you have to have a different converter) and cannot change CD text, metadata, set gaps and some others.
Finally as a Audio CD Ripper, I think EAC does better job (more complicated though)