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cdparanoia

cdparanoia

cdparanoia is a Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDDA) Digital Audio Extraction (DAE) tool.

This software reads digital audio directly from a CD (with no analog step between), then writes the data to a file or pipe in WAV, AIFC or raw 16 bit linear PCM format.

It was designed to be a minimalistic, high-quality CD ripper to compensate for and adjust to poor hardware to produce a flawless rip.

cdparanoia's strength lies in its ability to handle a variety of hardware, including inexpensive drives prone to misalignment, frame jitter and loss of streaming during atomic reads. cdparanoia is also good at reading and repairing data from damaged CDs.

The Paranoia library, libparanoia, is the standard CD ripping library in KDE and GNOME.

 cdparanoia 10.2

Price
Free to download

Size
0.1MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
Monty

Website
xiph.org/paranoia

System Requirements
CDDA capable CD Rom
Linux 2.4.x, 2.5.x or 2.6.x kernel

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Mailing List (Users), Mailing List (Developers)

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Features include:

  • Supports drives:
    • Full ATAPI
    • IDE-SCSI
    • SCSI
    • SG_IO
    • USB drives
  • Implements high-level error-correcting interfaces
  • Read, correct, rock-solid audio data from inexpensive drives prone to misalignment, frame jitter and loss of streaming during atomic reads
  • Read and repair data from CDs that have been damaged
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