Sound Juicer is a CD ripping tool that features a clean interface and automatic tagging of files.
|Tags||Utilities multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
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Release Notes: A much improved and friendlier user interface was included and playback controls were added.
Release Notes: This version adds threaded MusicBrainz lookup. "Open directory" actually opens the best directory, the pipeline is rebuilt after every track, the artist is now correctly handled in multiple artist albums, and it now tries to do something useful with errors from GStreamer. This version fixes crashes when closing dialogs with escape, fixes drive detection with devfs, and checks that the cdparanoia plugin is present.
Release Notes: Fixes for out of range warnings in the extracting progress dialog, the use of new tag names for Gstreamer, the addition of defaults for file and path patterns, the use of defaults if "" occurs for the file and path patterns (these fix the crash when going to Preferences), fixes for more memory leaks, and not exiting if a CD-ROM drive can't be found.
Release Notes: Many new features and bugfixes. A user guide is also included.