Audio CD Ripper - Options

Audio CD Ripper Options - Normal
Normal profile

Audio CD Ripper Options - Single File / Disc Image
Single file / Disc image profile

Calculate ReplayGain metadata

ReplayGain is used to measure the perceived loudness of audio. It allows media players to normalize loudness for individual tracks or albums. This avoids the common problem of having to manually adjust volume levels between tracks when playing audio files from albums that have been mastered at different loudness levels.

ReplayGain values are calculated for the target audio file and written to the metadata of audio file. ReplayGain compatible player can use the information to normalize loudness.

Create Cue Sheet

Write accurate disc and track information to a Cue Sheet file. Cue Sheet can be used to make an exact copy of the original audio CD or it can be used as an playlist in a media player.

External

Cue Sheet is written to an external file [.cue].

NOTE: Uses automatic naming convention that is <Album Artist> - <Album>.cue, <Album>.cue, <Album Artist>.cue, or cdimage.cue

Embedded

Cue Sheet is written to the metadata of the target file.

Save ripping log

Audio CD Ripper logs detailed ripping settings, output format settings, disc information, and possible errors found during the ripping. Ripping log is written to the output folder, the same folder where the audio files are located.

NOTE: Uses automatic naming convention that is <Album Artist> - <Album>.log, <Album>.log, <Album Artist>.log, or Ripping.log

Create M3U playlist

Creates an M3U playlist (.m3u, or .m3u8) that contains links to audio files. Playlist is written to the output folder, the same folder where the audio files

NOTE: Uses automatic naming convention that is <Album Artist> - <Album>.m3u, <Album>.m3u, <Album Artist>.m3u, or playlist.m3u

Resize embedded Cover Art

Automatically resize the Cover Art for the target file metadata.

NOTE: Cover Art is not touched if it is already correct size
NOTE: Uses very high quality Lanczos image resizing algorithm to preserve best possible image quality

Save Cover Art to external file

Saves Cover Art to an external image file. Cover Art is written to the output folder, the same folder where the audio files are located.

If the file extension is not specified, then the original image file format and extension are used.

If the file extension is specified, the image is converted to the desired format that can be JPEG [.jpg .jpeg], PNG [.png], GIF [.gif] or Bitmap [.bmp].

Specify filename

Cover art is saved with an automatic filename by default, you can specify custom filename.

NOTE: Automatic filename is <Album Artist> - <Album>.ext, <Album>.ext, <Album Artist>.ext, or Cover.ext

Resize

Automatically resize the external Cover Art.

NOTE: Cover Art is not touched if it is already correct size
NOTE: Uses very high quality Lanczos image resizing algorithm to preserve best possible image quality