Rip CD to wav files
A WAV file is a Waveform Audio file, which contains raw and typically uncompressed audio data. The wav file also contains information about the track, sample rate, bit depth, and whether it is mono or stereo. The format is mainly used on Windows systems, but is also supported by other computer systems and media players.
With AnyBurn, you can rip Audio CD to wav files, store them on your computer, thus you can listen your favorite songs without the real CD. You can also burn the wav files to create a new copy if the original disc is scratched. To rip CD to wav files, please follow the steps,
1. Run AnyBurn, and click "Rip Audio CD to mp3/flac/ape...".
2. AnyBurn shows the "Rip Audio CD" page. Please select the correct drive from the source drive list. All tracks in the disc will be listed. It will also try to read the CD-Text information from the disc or Internet. Please select the tracks you want to rip from the tracks list, and click "Next".
3. AnyBurn shows the Rip settings page. Currently, AnyBurn can rip CD to the mp3, flac, ape, wav, and wma formats. Please select wav as the output formats.
The output mode can be "Multiple files" or "Single file". For "Multiple files" mode, anyburn will rip each track to a separate wav file. For "Single file" mode, all tracks will be ripped to a single wav file, and a cue file will be created to describe the tracks information.
You can click browse button to change the ripping destination folder. By default, the output file name looks like 01-track title.wav. You can change it if necessary.
Click "Rip Now" to start ripping cd to wav files.
4. AnyBurn will now start ripping Audio CD to wav files. It will show the progress information during ripping. You should see the message, "Ripping Audio CD finished successfully" after the ripping completes.
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