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Ripping CD audio
The process of copying an audio track from an audio CD is commonly referred to as ripping. When creating an audio disc, you can rip Audio CD files and convert them to file formats compatible with most multimedia software. Supported file types are: mu-law (.au), MP3 (.mp3), MPEG Audio (.mpa), OGG Vorbis (.ogg), Microsoft WAV (.wav), and Windows Media Audio (.wma).
Note: Install Apple QuickTime to use the mu-law format.
Rip CD Audio dialog box
Audio drive Specifies the CD drive which contains the audio CD.
CD and File Info
Displays a menu for showing file information or updating CD
information either from the audio CD or the Internet.
Plays back the selected audio file.
Audio file list Displays the audio tracks to be ripped.