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| Exact Audio Copy v1.3
Exact Audio Copy v1.3 Exact Audio Copy is a so called audio grabber for audio CDs using standard CD and DVD-ROM drives. The main differences between EAC and most other audio grabbers are: It is free (for non-commercial purposes) It works with a technology, which reads audio CDs almost perfectly. If there are any errors that canít be corrected, it will tell you on which time position the (possible) distortion occurred, so you could easily control it with e.g. the media player. With other audio grabbers you usually need to listen to every grabbed wave because they only do jitter correction. Scratched CDs read on CD-ROM drives often produce distortions. But listening to every extracted audio track is a waste of time. Exact Audio Copy conquer these problems by making use of several technologies like multi-reading with verify and AccurateRip. Features of EAC All kinds of CD and DVD drives are supported (including USB, Firewire, SATA and SCSI drives) Hidden sector synchronization (jitter correction) A secure, a fast and a burst extraction methods selectable. Fast extraction should run at the same speed as other grabbers with jitter correction, but is probably not exact anymore. Burst mode just grabs the audio data without any synchronization. Detection of read errors and complete losses of sync and correction in the secure mode, as far as possible Output of time positions of all non-exact corrections and the possibility to listen to these positions EAC is able to copy ranges of music data, not only tracks Automatic speed reduction on read errors and fallback to a higher speed afterwards (depends on the used drive) Volume normalization of extracted audio to a given percentage Usage of the Windows Audio Compression manager (ACM Codecs) for direct compression to e.g. MP3 waves Support for ...
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