Asunder is a graphical audio CD ripper and encoder for Linux. You can use it to save tracks from an audio CD as WAV, MP3, Ogg, FLAC, Opus, WavPack, Musepack, AAC, or Monkey's Audio files. It has CDDB support and can create M3U playlists. It's independent of any desktop environment. It can rip and encode at the same time. It aims to make CD ripping as quick and easy as possible.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD|
Release Notes: Opus support was added. Metadata can now contain invalid filesystem characters. AAC files are tagged automatically with neroAacEnc. Dots are now allowed in filenames. A Galician translation was added, and the Bulgarian, Czech, Finnish, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Sweedish translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release adds Esperanto and Bosnian translations, updates the Slovak, Italian, Portuguese, and Japanese translations, writes only ID3v2 tags (no more ID3v1 ones), supports XDG_CONFIG_HOME, and supports using Genere in filenames.
Release Notes: Basque and Urdu translations were added. A crash at startup that happened on some systems was fixed. A bug where the selected destination folder was lost when the prefs window is open was fixed. Some tooltips were fixed. System umask is now obeyed when creating directories. The year for file/directory names and tags is now editable. -Y and -Z options are no longer passed to cdparanoia, for better quality rips.
Release Notes: A Croatian translation was added. The Spanish, Hungarian, Portuguese, and Portuguese (Brasil) translations were updated. Asunder now compiles on kFreeBSD. A bug where AAC files were always encoded at lowest quality despite UI selection was fixed.
Release Notes: Updated Russian and Hungarian translations. A bug has been fixed that was introduced in 1.9.2: the Ogg title was switched with the year and some memory was getting corrupted.