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| caption = Slim CD ripper, audio encoder and converter  
 
| caption = Slim CD ripper, audio encoder and converter  
 
| maintainer = Robert Kausch
 
| maintainer = Robert Kausch
| stable_release = 1.0.17 (14 November 2010)
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| stable_release = 1.0.20a (26 March 2013)
| preview_release =  
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| preview_release = snapshot-20130430 (30 April 2013)
 
| operating_system = Windows
 
| operating_system = Windows
 
| use = Digital Audio Extraction, transcoding
 
| use = Digital Audio Extraction, transcoding
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=Introduction=
 
=Introduction=
'''fre:ac''' ('''former''' BonkEnc ) is a CD ripper, audio encoder and converter for various formats. It's a very slim program and can be run from a USB stick. BonkEnc is available under GPL liscense and has native support for numerous languages.
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'''fre:ac''' ('''former''' BonkEnc ) is a CD ripper, audio encoder and converter for various formats. It's a very slim program and can be run from a USB stick. Fre:ac is available under GPL license and has native support for numerous languages.
  
 
== Features ==
 
== Features ==
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== Supported Formats ==
 
== Supported Formats ==
 
* [[MP3]] ([[LAME]])
 
* [[MP3]] ([[LAME]])
* [[AAC]] ([[FAAC]])
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* [[MP4/M4A AAC]] ([[FAAC]]/[[FAAD|FAAD2]])
* [[MP4]]/[[M4A]]
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* [[Ogg_Vorbis|Ogg Vorbis]]
 
* [[Ogg_Vorbis|Ogg Vorbis]]
 
* [[FLAC]]
 
* [[FLAC]]
 
* [http://www.logarithmic.net/pfh/bonk Bonk] v0.11
 
* [http://www.logarithmic.net/pfh/bonk Bonk] v0.11
 
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Supported by the development snapshot:
== Recommended Settings ==
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* [[Opus]]
{| border="0" valign="top"
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* [[Speex]]
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* Apple Lossless ([[ALAC]])
* [[LAME]] MP3 Encoder v3.97:
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* [[Musepack]]
* [[FAAC]] MP4/AAC Encoder v1.26:
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* [[WavPack]]
* Ogg Vorbis Encoder ([[aoTuV|aoTuV beta 5]]):
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* [[Monkey%27s_Audio|Monkey's Audio]]
* FLAC Audio Encoder v1.2.1:
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* [[Tak|TAK]]
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[[LAME#Recommended_encoder_settings|here]]<br/>
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to add<br/>
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[[Recommended_Ogg_Vorbis#Recommended_Encoder_Settings|here]]<br/>
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Use preset 5
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|}
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== Supported languages ==
 
== Supported languages ==
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* Ukrainian
 
* Ukrainian
 
* Romanian
 
* Romanian
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* ...
 
|}
 
|}
  
 
[[Category:CD Rippers]]
 
[[Category:CD Rippers]]
 
[[Category:Software]]
 
[[Category:Software]]

Revision as of 17:15, 19 June 2013

fre:ac


fre:ac
fre:ac screenshot
Slim CD ripper, audio encoder and converter
Developer(s) Robert Kausch
Release information
Initial release {{{released}}}
Stable release 1.0.20a (26 March 2013)
Preview release snapshot-20130430 (30 April 2013)
Compatibility
Operating system Windows
Additional information
Use Digital Audio Extraction, transcoding
License GPL
Website http://www.freac.org

Introduction

fre:ac (former BonkEnc ) is a CD ripper, audio encoder and converter for various formats. It's a very slim program and can be run from a USB stick. Fre:ac is available under GPL license and has native support for numerous languages.

Features

  • CD ripping
    • Cdparanoia mode
    • jitter correction
    • CD Text support
  • Transcoding from on to another format
  • using Compact Disc Database (CDDB)
  • support ID3v1, ID3v2, MP4-Metadata and Vorbis comment Tags
  • keeps image tags when converting from FLAC to MP3
  • creating cue sheets and playlists
  • full UTF-8 Unicode support
  • additional command line interface (CD Ripping/Encoding)

Supported Formats

Supported by the development snapshot:

Supported languages

  • Catalan
  • Chinese
  • Czech
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • English
  • Esperanto
  • Finnish
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hungarian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Lithuanian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Serbian
  • Slovak
  • Spanish
  • Swedish
  • Turkish
  • Ukrainian
  • Romanian
  • ...