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MP3Producer is an ideal solution for converting (g
MP3Producer is an ideal solution for converting (grabbing) your audio CD collection to a variety of the most popular compressed audio formats such as MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG with the excellent output quality at a high ripping speed! Besides with this software you can easily convert WAV to OGG, WAV to MP3, WAV to WMA, OGG to WAV and WMA to WAV. MP3Producer has the FreeDB function with customizable settings and search options that help you to retrieve disk information (e.g. the artist name, the album title, the genre of music and track names) from FreeDB, a music information database on the Internet. MP3Producer supports ID3 tagging that allows you to save and edit song information such as title of a song and album, name of artist, year etc. in MP3, OGG and WMA files. Besides there is an option of filename generation using ID3 tags, you can create filename and folder structure. MP3Producer supports different formats of MP3 (MPEG1 and MPEG2) and all bitrates (8-320 kbps, constant and variable), OGG (constant, average and variable bitrates) and WMA (constant and variable). Flexible settings allow you to define the quality of MP3, WAV, OGG and WMA files. With the help of the Extract CD Segment function with the user-defined start and end positions it is possible to play and copy to MP3, WAV, OGG and WMA file any part of the CD either a single track or several tracks together or a part of the track. MP3Producer has fast ripping speed which exceeds your expectation and saves your time greatly. With the handy intuitive interface and the program design you can use it with ease even for the first time and perform all actions just by a couple of mouse clicks. Whatever you are a professional or a beginner, you will feel MP3Producer is developed for you!
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