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jRipper

jRipper is an cd ripper and audio converter made in java.
jRipper can encode and decode Wav, Flac, MP3, Ogg, AAC(M4A) formats. It can also do transcoding between various formats.
Please have a look at the jRipper page to learn more.

I'm did some maintenance and made a patched jRipper version for OS/2 (requires JDK 1.4) available.

Download

jRipper 1.02.1

- jripper_1_02_1.jar (requires JDK 1.5, should run on every platform)
- jripperos2j16_1_02_1.wpi (requires Open JDK 1.6, eCS installer)

- jripperos2_1_02_1.zip (requires JDK 1.4, for use with OS/2)
- jripperos2_1_02_1.wpi (requires JDK 1.4, OS/2 installer)

Screenshots

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History

 

Version 1.02.1 (2011-06-30)

Repacked for Open JDK 1.6 (http://svn.netlabs.org/java)

 

Version 1.02.1 (2010-08-26)

Resync release with jRipper 1.02
Changed:
 - resync to jRipper 1.02
 - automatic refresh of the log output panel if open
 - small improvements of the command file
 - JGoodies looks updated to version 2.3.1
Fixed:
 - some internal warnings fixed
 - some small things with the installer fixed

 

Version 1.0.1 (2009-05-21)

This is my first bugfix release (because dronten has no time and/or motivation to work on jRipper at the moment)
Changed:
 - title includes version number
Fixed:
 - some more special characters are replaces by more saver ones during the generation of the file names
 - wrong naming for two setup pages
 - parsing for available cd drives was a bit to stupid
 - some internal warnings fixed
 

 

2009-04-05

- improved command file to support GC JDK options to hide the started command windows
- icon update with real background and border
 

2009-03-08

- updated to jRipper 1.0
- the original no longer contains the looks lib / this distributions contains again the latest version of this lib
- the sources are no longer patched; the startup script is improved to support L&F switching
- improved startup script
- a WarpIn installer is available now
 

2008-08-07

- updated to the latest version available
 

2008-03-01

- first version