RipOff is a GTK+ based CD ripper for Linux (and hopefully for other Unix systems once some testing and fixing have been done) that has a simple interface, CDDB lookups, and a plugin-based encoder architecture. It attempts to appeal to those users who want a non-GNOME dependent CD ripper with a simple interface, or users who just don't like the interfaces of the other GTK+ CD rippers.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping|
Release Notes: A bug where some CDs were not being recognized by a CDDB lookup correctly was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds HTTP_PROXY functionality. It fixes a bug where for newer versions of GTK, the "about" dialogue windows were not closing. The FLAC plugin now supports FLAC 1.1.3. An icon has been added for RipOff. There are miscellaneous code cleanups.
Release Notes: A bug that was causing 100% CPU usage due to a busy loop was fixed. This should also bring RipOff's ripping speeds back to normal on systems running 2.6.17 or later Linux kernels.
Release Notes: FLAC support was added. The extraction dialogue is now much more informative. GTK+ 2.4 support was added. A code path that caused an empty CD drive to be erroneously recognized as a CD with 255 zero second length tracks was eliminated. A bug that caused the CDDB Lookup window to report a different genre than what it changed the main window's genre field to was fixed. UTF-8 support is now verfied to work when compiled against libcddb 1.2.1. Miscellaneous code cleanups were made. Infrastructure necessary for binary pacakaging through RPM was added.
Release Notes: New features include a WAV output plugin, a LAME-based MP3 encoding plugin, and an improved ripping dialogue. The OGG Vorbis plugin now supports bitrate encoding.