Audio CD Ripper settings

Audio CD Ripper settings

Disc detection

Enable / Disable tasks that are performed when an audio CD is inserted into the drive.

Read CD-TEXT

Audio CDs can contain information about the disc (album artist, album title, track artists, track titles). If this option is enabled, CD-Text is automatically requested from the drive when a disc is inserted into the drive.

Detect pre-gaps

Detect index 00 (usually silence) lengths by scanning the disc

Read Catalog / ISRC and detect Pre-emphasis

Read detailed audio CD information

Detect HTOA (Hidden Track One Audio)

Hidden Track One Audio (HTOA) is non-silent audio data located in the index 00 portion ('pre-gap') of track 01 on an audio CD. CDs normally start playing a track at index 01, which comes after 00, so to hear HTOA, one has to manually scan backward from the start of track 01. Not all drives can access audio data in the pregap.

EZ CD Audio Converter can rip the HTOA track if it is detected.

Query Internet disc database

Automatically request disc information from the Internet disc database services when disc is inserted into the drive.

Ripping
Write 'Total Tracks' metadata

Specifies whether to write 'Total Tracks' metadata to the output files. In some metadata formats, such as in ID3V2, the 'Total Tracks' metadata is written in the form of "track number/total tracks".

Eject disc when ripping process is completed

Eject the disc when the CD ripping process is completed.

CUE Sheet setting
Write Unicode Cue Sheets

Write Cue Sheet files using 16-bit unicode character set. Unicode can store all international characters.

Write UTF8 Cue Sheets

Write Cue Sheet files using 8-bit unicode character set. Unicode can store all international characters.

Write Ansi Cue Sheets

Write Cue Sheet files using 8-bit ansi (Windows) character set.

M3U setting
Write Unicode M3U playlists

Write M3U playlist files using 16-bit unicode character set. Unicode can store all international characters.

Write UTF8 M3U playlists

Write M3U playlist files using 8-bit unicode character set. Unicode can store all international characters.

Write Ansi M3U playlists

Write M3U playlist files using 8-bit ansi (Windows) character set.

Write UTF8 M3U8 playlists

Write M3U8 playlist files using 8-bit unicode character set. Unicode can store all international characters.