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How to Rip Audio CD?

Required Resources

MP3 Editor Deluxe 4.0.1 or later
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If you want to store music from an audio CD on your computer, you need to rip the audio from the disc. Ripping audio helps keep all your music together in a single location, and also allows you to put that music on a portable media device such as the iPod, iPhone, PSP, etc. You can transfer music from your audio CD using MP3 Editor Deluxe. Download MP3 Editor Deluxe to see how easy it is to rip audio CD.

Audio CD Copy Guide

1. Insert an audio CD into your computer's CD drive. Launch MP3 Editor Deluxe and click on "Tools" tab. Then, choose "Audio CD Ripper" to activate the audio CD ripper tool.

Activate Audio CD Ripper


2. The ripper scans your computer's disc drive and all the available drives are displayed in the list. Select the right disc drive with the audio CD inserted. If you plug in new devices or change the disc click "Refresh" to update device list.

Select Useable Ripping Device


3. Set directory to save grabbed audio files. Click the "Browser" button and choose the folder you want to backup in. Then check the tracks you'd like to rip. All the tracks are checked by default. Of course you can uncheck any track that doesn't need to be ripped.

Check the Tracks You Want to Rip


4. Choose one of the compression types from the available templates to fulfill your needs. Click "Next" to start ripping and wait until the process bar reaches 100%. The disc will eject after the audio CD has been completely ripped.

Choose Compression Type

 

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