from 6 Reviews
10 December 2020, reviewed by:
I upgraded to dB's latest software (Version 17) and it couldn't read the first 2 discs I was ripping for my music server, and they weren't obscure discs.
It looks like it dumped AppleMusic as a metadata provider (or vise versa).
The ripping processes has also slowed down.
My advise is don't waste your money on the downgrade from v.16 to v.17
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11 January 2019, reviewed by:
The developer(sthingy) is focused on Apple software for now.
dBpowerAMP Music Converter 14.3
07 September 2012, reviewed by:
dBpowerAMP Music Converter 14.3 is solid and works great. The developer is saying this will be the last release of version 14. Beta testing for version 15 will come around christmas.
3 people like it)
dBpowerAMP Music Converter R14.2
25 December 2011, reviewed by:
I ran the converter very easily, but it seems rather peculiar that a 25.767 kb flac file was converted into a 3.706 kb mp4a (AAC) file.
Did I lose some quality?
Both formats are supposed to be lossless, but the difference in size indicates that they do not have the same amount of information.
1 person likes it)
dBpowerAMP Music Converter R 13.2
02 June 2009, reviewed by:
"Swiss Army Knife"
I have to say that I totally agree with the above poster very useful and easy to get to grips with:)
The trial version is even long enough to rips all your music cds...
dBpowerAMP Music Converter R12
16 April 2007, reviewed by:
Just a three words "Swiss Army Knife"
All what you need for converting/compressing audio, in a click of a mouse...
Rating: 10 - Superb ;-)
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