If you are looking for Express Rip, you have come to the right place. We explain what Express Rip is and point you to the official download.
What is Express Rip?
NCH’s Express Rip Disc Ripping software is the company’s answer to the disc authoring giants, such as Nero and the Taiwanese Cyberlink, for a more affordable and cheaper alternative to their disc ripping applications. The Express Rip disc ripping software allows for a faster (if the company's claim can be believed) performance compared to its competitors and contemporaries, along with a cheaper price tag with almost the same solid feature set and capabilities. With its proprietary optimization system, NCH's Express Rip software perfectly captures lossless audio using digital extraction methods, and can easily convert the output media format to MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, AIFF, CDA, M4G, and others, plus utilize metadata to include title, artist, and other track information. Advanced users can even control and regulate all aspects of the output media file, such as bitrate (constant and variable) and volume, and tagging wave files using the CART and BWF processes, a feature that not all rippers support.
The Express Rip disc ripping software from NCH is available for Windows XP and up and Mac OS X 10.3 and later. It can also be run in command-line mode so it can be integrated with other applications, including the Express Burn software from NCH.
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File types supported by Express Rip
About file types supported by Express Rip
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Last updated: : July 11, 2012