FLAC Ripper

FLAC Ripper 5.3

You can split large FLAC music CD image (FLAC + CUE) to various formats
5.3.3 (See all)

FLAC Ripper splits your single-file FLAC rips into all the tracks that form the disc you originally ripped your FLAC file from. In order to do this, the program will need a matching CUE file. Besides, during the extraction process, FLAC Ripper can also convert your FLAC tracks into MP3, WAV, VOX, G726, or G723 audio files.

The whole process is simple and fast, and it will allow you to create faithful clone discs using your FLAC+CUE rips. Being a lossless compression standard codec, FLAC rips guarantee exactly the same quality of the original CD-audio files. This is why FLAC Ripper offers you a wide variety of uncompressed audio formats to expand your FLAC tracks during the extraction processes. These audio formats include, of course, WAV, and some ADPCM-based formats, such as VOX, G723, and the newer G726. However, the program also offers you the possibility of transcoding your files into MP3, whenever space is a higher priority than quality. Regardless of the output format selected, you will always have the possibility of tweaking some of its parameters, and make the final results match your preferences.

As a bonus, the program comes with an ID3 tag editor, to be used mainly for your MP3 files. Basic Album, Artist, Year, and Genre tags are also offered for all the other formats supported.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Attractive and simple interface
  • Support for some interesting ADPCM-based output formats
  • Fast splitting process


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