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EZ CD Audio Converter is a software program designed for audio file manipulation. It can rip, convert, and burn various audio tracks as well as normalize their volume, create playlists, edit metadata, set up file naming rules, and remove silence.
The interface is quite minimalistic and intuitive, so it's easy to use. The menu icons are large, very visible and very explicit, with one exception: the Options menu, which is, in my opinion, too cramped in the top right corner.
Because I mentioned the features at the beginning, I will now say more about its technical specifications and other functionalities that I forgot to mention. The CD ripper offers great encoding quality and it supports CD-Text burning, ISO-9660/Joliet, and UDF file systems. The supported output formats include AAC, HE AAC v1 (eAAC), HE AAC v2 (eAAC+), PCM, Monkey's Audio, FLAC, Apple Lossless, MP3, Vorbis, Opus, Windows Media Audio, WavPack, or Musepack.
The audio accuracy is well preserved, processed in 64-bit, and it supports encoding and decoding without any gaps thanks to its gapless rate conversion feature.
Other provided features are the option to download metadata from online databases, the batch conversion of audio files, and the more than 50 supported audio formats.
Overall, EZ CD Audio Converter is a simple solution for manipulating audio files, and though it lacks a preview file player and the drag-and-drop is laggy sometimes, it impresses through its speed and audio quality output.
- Provides support for over 50 audio formats
- Has a gapless rate conversion feature
- Supports batch audio conversion
- Laggy drag-and-drop function
- The Options menu is too cramped
- Lacks a preview file player