Browsing tag: CD ripper  

Goobox 3.3.2

An Audio-CD player and ripper application designed for the GNOME desktop environment

Mar 26th 2014, 08:41 GMT

Asunder 2.5

An Open Source Audio-CD ripper and encoder utility for your Linux operating system

Mar 14th 2014, 15:38 GMT

Rubyripper 0.6.2

This project provides an Open Source and secure Audio-CD ripper for Linux operating systems

Jan 24th 2014, 07:40 GMT

tk_cdconverter 0.7.2

A small GUI frontend which helps you rip a CD into a directory

Sep 29th 2009, 16:59 GMT

ACRipper 1.2.1

Advanced Command-line CD ripper/encoder

Jan 21st 2009, 11:45 GMT

SLAYER 0.04

SLAYER is a nifty media jukebox.

Dec 14th 2007, 16:52 GMT

RipOff CD Ripper 0.8.3

RipOff is a GTK+ based CD ripper for Linux.

Nov 9th 2007, 14:35 GMT

cd2ogg 3.1

cd2ogg is a robust and highly customizable terminal based CD to OGG/Vorbis, MP3 and FLAC ripping/e...

Oct 11th 2007, 20:45 GMT

Cretin 0.5b4

Cretin is a CD ripper, encoder and tagger with an inoffensive name.

Oct 5th 2007, 04:35 GMT

Punit 0.2

Punit is an attempt to create a Python CD ripper using cdparanoia and lame for Linux.

Aug 12th 2007, 01:35 GMT

Adam's Ripsuite 0.2

Adam's Ripsuite is a collection of quick and dirty Perl and bash scripts to help rip CDs and manag...

Apr 11th 2007, 14:02 GMT

KBookRipper 0.7

KBookRipper is a CD-riper based on cdparanoia focused on audio books delivered on CD.

Dec 28th 2006, 14:22 GMT

Wagtail 0.4

Wagtail is yet-another-CD-ripping-and-encoding-wrapper.

Aug 4th 2006, 05:05 GMT

cdenc 0.9.4

cdenc lets you encode whole audio CDs in a special directory which can be burned on CDROM afterwar...

Jul 27th 2006, 03:05 GMT

Net.Rummy 1.8.3

A multi-platform game based on Rummy, playable over Internet with multiple clients
167
downloads
Net.Rummy

Kadu 1.3

An universal and multi-protocol IM application for all Linux-based operating systems
23,823
downloads
Kadu

SmartGit/Hg 6.5.2

An easy-to-use and cross-platform Mercurial, Subversion and Git client software!
4,733
downloads
SmartGit/Hg

soundKonverter 2.1.2 / 2.2.0 RC1

A GUI front-end to various audio converters supported under the GNU/Linux platform
7,544
downloads
soundKonverter

MKVToolnix 7.4.0

The ultimate MKV (Matroska) manipulation software for Linux-based operating systems
7,394
downloads
MKVToolnix

Google Chrome 39.0.2171.95 / 40.0.2214.45 Beta / 41.0.2243.0 Dev

The powerful, lightweight and easy-to-use web browser developed by the well known Google company
163,310
downloads
Google Chrome

Nootka 1.0.1 / 1.1.3 Alpha

A free software project that helps anyone to learn classical score notation on GNU/Linux platforms
933
downloads
Nootka

Wine 1.7.33

An application that allows users to run Windows applications in Linux operating systems
753,711
downloads
Wine

Adobe Flash Player 11.2.202.425

The official Adobe Flash Player plugin for web browsers on 32-bit Linux operating systems
486,291
downloads
Adobe Flash Player

Mroonga 4.0.8

An Open Source database storage engine for the MariaDB database server, the ex groonga storage engine
188
downloads
Mroonga

SOFA Statistics 1.4.3

An Open Source and user-friendly analysis, reporting and statistics application.
2,734
downloads
SOFA Statistics

Krita 2.8.3 / 2.9 Beta

A powerful image editing and painting application for Linux and Windows operating systems
32,016
downloads
Krita

Anki 2.0.31

An Open Source project that helps users to easily, quickly and efficiently remember facts
2,875
downloads
Anki

Percona XtraBackup 2.2.7

This project provides an open source backup application for InnoDB and XtraDB storage engines
1,175
downloads
Percona XtraBackup

Seafile Client 4.0.3

A Linux client for Seafile, the next-generation Open Source cloud storage service
104
downloads
Seafile Client
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Grip 3.3.1

Grip is a CD player and CD ripper/MP3-encoder for the GNOME desktop.

Jun 29th 2005, 17:37 GMT