License: Freeware
Downloads: 390
Op. System: Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000
Last updated: 05-01-2003
File size: 3.06 MB

Editor's review NeoAudio

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With NeoAudio, you can easily get CD audios ripped directly to various formats like WMA, OGG Vorbis, MP3 and WAV. With the software, you can carry out the encoding and decoding of various formats like WMA, OGG, MP3 and lots more. The software is also used to track naming automatically in the course of extraction. It comes with a number of advanced features. Some of them are • Normalizing • PLS Playlist files • M3U support • Jitter correction • File compare • Multi-drive reading • Variable and multiple bitrate support • And lots more The interface is very easy to use. It can be used both by advanced users and beginners. It equally features multiple language interfaces.

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User reviews

General rate: Negative
Visitor: Luv2Lindy
I have no problem configuring this tool, and ripping seems quick and painless. The problem is, when I play back the files, wav or mp3, there is no sound whatsoever. I've tried several settings, codecs, etc. Nada. Zip. I checked to make sure I can play back other files fine and I could. You are getting exactly what you pay for: nothing.
General rate: Negative
Visitor: failedcrc
Yep this is an excellent app, because it's a complete rip-off of CDEx. This is complete and illegal abuse of the gpl.
General rate: Negative
Visitor: sam
This app installed spyware and then to make matters worse it corrupted my dsl software to the point that i couldn't connect to the internet. I had to do system restore to even connect back to the internet.
General rate: Negative
Visitor: Joe
I installed this and it had at least 5 or 6 extra programs attatched to it attempting to connect to the internet (Spyware), and it keeps crashing when I attempt to convert a file, it either says it cannot find a DLL or it goes beyond the ETA, and sits there thinking forever with no end. the user interface is ok and I would understand the spyware being it is a free program However, it gives you an option to not install some spyware, why not an option for all of it?
General rate: Negative