Browsing tag: CD ripper  

Goobox 3.3.3

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

Feb 17th 2015, 13:40 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

VLC 2.2.0

The most powerful and used media player application for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X platforms
722,324
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VLC

Google Chrome 41.0.2272.76 / 42.0.2311.15 Dev

The powerful, lightweight and easy-to-use web browser developed by the well known Google company
166,438
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Google Chrome

Ubuntu GNOME 14.04.2 LTS

An Ubuntu-derived Linux operating system that uses the GNOME desktop environment
7,473
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Ubuntu GNOME

Ubuntu Studio 14.04.2 LTS

An Ubuntu derived operating system designed to be used for multimedia production
2,209
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Ubuntu Studio

Edubuntu 14.04.2 LTS

An Ubuntu-derived Linux operating system designed to be used in educational environments
1,225
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Edubuntu

APT 1.0.9.7

A powerful package manager application used in all the Debian-based Linux operating systems
12,668
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APT

Krita 2.9.0

A powerful image editing and painting application for Linux and Windows operating systems
32,392
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Krita

Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 Beta 1

A special edition of Ubuntu Linux, built around the GNOME graphical desktop environment
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Ubuntu GNOME

MKVToolnix 7.7.0

The ultimate MKV (Matroska) manipulation software for Linux-based operating systems
7,616
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MKVToolnix

Lubuntu 15.04 Beta 1

The Vivid Vervet edition of the Lubuntu Linux operating system, built on top of LXDE
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Lubuntu

Percona XtraBackup 2.2.9

This project provides an open source backup application for InnoDB and XtraDB storage engines
1,184
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Percona XtraBackup

Vivaldi 1.0.118.19 Tech Preview 2

The next-generation web browser for power users, based on the powerful Chromium project
432
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Vivaldi

PlayOnLinux 4.2.6

An interface for the Wine software so you can easily install Windows apps on Linux
29,472
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PlayOnLinux

Ubuntu MATE 14.04.1 LTS / 15.04 Beta 1

A community-derived Ubuntu operating system that features the MATE desktop environment
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Ubuntu MATE

Kubuntu 15.04 Beta 1

A special edition of Ubuntu Linux that uses the KDE graphical desktop environment
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Kubuntu
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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