CDex 1.70 – The perfect Audio Tool

Version: 1.70
Licence: Free
Author: Georgy Berdyshev, Ariane Paola Gomes & Albert L Faber
Size: 10.7 MB

CDex is a handy tool that lets you perform a number of different tasks related to audio files, although its main focus is on ripping and converting. CDex has the ability to pull data directly from an audio CD and give the user a WAV file. From there, you can easily use the WAV file for a number of different things, including creating your own digital playlist, or even converting it to a compressed audio file. There is even support for many audio tag formats like ID3 V1 and V2, which can even be inserted automatically in the ripping process.

So if you are looking for a way to transfer your home CD collection into an MP3 library on your computer, you should definitely check out CDex. Although it is not as flashy as many other programs in the same genre, it does its job well and efficiently. With the additional built-in support for many different encoders, you will not find a shortage of options for changing over your media files.

Some of the features of CDex include:

  • Direct recording options for multiple tracks
  • Ability to read and store album information from and to the cdplayer.ini file
  • Ability to read and store album information from and to a local or remote CD database
  • Support for CD-Text, if your CD drive supports it
  • Advanced jitter correction, which is based on the cd-paranoia ripping library
  • Indications for track progress and jitter control
  • Normalization of audio signal capabilities
  • Support for many CD drives from different manufacturers
  • Conversion options for external WAV files
  • Support for M3U and PLS play list files
  • Absolutely free
  • Support for multiple languages
  • Support for ID3 V1 and V2 tags
  • Support for many formats, including WAV, MP3, OFF, VQF, and APE, among others
  • Support for recording from the analog input line
  • Support for transcoding of compressed audio files
  • Support for normalization of audio files
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