RipOff CD Ripper
RipOff is a GTK+ based CD ripper that has a simple interface, CDDB lookups, and a plugin-based encoder architecture. It aims to appeal to those users who want a non-GNOME dependent CD ripper with a simple interface, or users who just don't like the interfaces of the other GTK+ CD rippers. Read more hot
Asunder is a graphical audio CD ripper and encoder. You can use it to save tracks from an audio CD as WAV, MP3, OGG, and FLAC. It has CDDB support and can create M3U playlists. It's independent of any desktop environment. It can rip and encode at the same time, and aims to make CD ripping as quick and easy as possible.
cdgtools is a suite of tools for handling CD+G karaoke disks and files. cdgrip is a tool for ripping your CD+G disks and encoding them to MP3+G files on your hard disk. cdrdao is used to initially rip the CD to a binary file on your hard disk, and cdgrip then scans the binary file to encode the audio and graphics to .mp3 and .cdg files.
Dac2mp3 is a utility that rips CDs and convert them to MP3 files.
discreader is a very simple GPL CD audio ripper for Linux. However, instead of reading the tracks specified in the CD's table of contents (TOC), it reads tracks as specified by the user.
GStreamripperX is a Gtk GUI for streamripper. It uses the notebook style layout. It can load an ip from a pls file and save the current ips to a file for later use.
IronGrip is a GTK+ frontend for audio CD ripping and encoding as WAV and MP3. It supports CDDB lookup.
jack is a console based cd-ripper. It supports cdparanoia and various MP3 encoders, you can even rip from a cdrdao-generated CD image. Emphasis is on failure-safeness and ease of use. Jack can resume its work if interrupted, can schedule encoding in reaction to system load and keeps an eye on available HD space.
MassRip is a set of tools for converting and maintaining Audio CD's in compressed audio formats like mp3 and ogg. This includes massrip which converts CD's to the compressed formats using cddb for track and album information.
morituri is a CD ripper that aims for accuracy over speed. Its features are modeled to compare with Exact Audio Copy on Windows. It features support for MusicBrainz for metadata lookup, support for AccurateRip verification, detection of sample read offset of drives, the ability to test and copy a rip, the ability to detect and rip Hidden Track One Audio, templates for file and directory naming, and tagging using GStreamer.
mp3Rip is a Perl script that will rip audio CDs into well-organized directories of mp3s. A directory is created for each disc, in the form "music_type/artist/album". ID3 tags are added to the MP3s. Information about the CD is retrieved through CDDB. It is designed to run on Linux, but may operate on other systems if setup properly.
MPyRe is a Python front-end to cdparanoia and lame mp3, musepack, ogg vorbis and flac encoders, that includes id3 and apev2 tagging.
Rip is a command-line based ripper of Compact Disc media (CDs) to Motion Picture Expert Group Layer 3 (MP3) files without user intervention between steps of ripping.
RipTcl is a Tcl/Tk frontend to rip audio CDs, encode and/or transcode audio files and featuring extended tagging capabilities. It is a frontend to cdparanoia/icedax, oggenc/ogg123, lame, flac, faac/faad2, MP4Box (gpac project) and MPlayer.
streamripper records shoutcast streams and make separate files for each track. Streamripper can get artist and title information from these kinds of streams using a helper application
TeachToPod is a set of shell scripts for ripping DVDs from The Teaching Company to produce either video files (m4v) or audio files (mp3) for playback on an iPod.
tk_mp3converter is a small GUI frontend which helps you rip a CD into a directory, convert the resulting wav files into MP3s (using lame), and set the ID3 tags (using id3lib).
trackmp3 is a bash shell script for ripping music CDs to mp3 files.
tsrip is an audio cd ripping and encoding solution. It supports free codecs, gets album information from musicbrainz database and has a simple to use command line user interface.