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Streamripper

Streamripper

Streamripper records shoutcast-compatible streams. For shoutcast style streams it finds the "meta data" or track separation data, and uses that as a marker for where the track should be separated.

Streamripper allows you to download an entire station of music. Many of these MP3 radio stations play certain genres, so you can download an entire collection of goa/trance music, an entire collection of jazz, punk rock, whatever you want.

Streamripper was started in early 2000 as a way to separate tracks via Shoutcast's title-streaming feature. This has now been expanded into a much more generic feature, where part of the program only tries to "hint" at where one track starts and another ends, thus allowing an MP3 decoding engine to scan for a silent mark, which is used to find an exact track separation.

Streamripper automatically splits tracks based on detection of a silent near the meta interval where the track changes.

 Streamripper 1.64.6

Price
Free to download

Size
0.8MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
Gregory C. Sharp

Website
streamripper.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
libcdk5
libtre4

Support:
FAQ, Tutorial

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Features include:

  • Rips the following streams:
    • .mp3 Shoutcast
    • .mp3 Icecast
    • .nsv (Nullsoft Streaming Video)
    • .aac Shoutcast/Icecast
    • .ogg

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