Dagrab is a program for reading audio tracks from a cdrom drive into wav sound files.
If your cd is not IDE, you better try out other programs, like cdparanoia (all cd brands) or cdda2wav (SCSI and IDE only); they' re both free and available on the net; cdparanoia should be the best one, but I didn't try it out enough yet.
Dagrab is released under the GNU GPL software license.
- Extracts digital audio from CD to wav files, with no analog processing.
- CDDB support (only CDDBP, no HTTP) with optional track naming
- Jitter correction (cdparanoia should be much better at it)
- Can run a command on each track (useful for filtering, mp3 encoding and so on)
- Can use CDDB information in both the track name and filter command.
- Includes a script to automatically generate mp3 files from a cd using gogo and adds title, author (when available) and album title ID3 tags to them (requires MPEG::MP3Info to do that).