Creating mp3's from Cds

does anyone know of a free but realiable program to convert cd’s to mp3’s. I then have to up;load them to a website for listens.

While the copyright fair-use clause allows you to rip CDs you own for personal use, it does not allow you to upload them and share with others.

I willl be posting music from written from the band who I ambui;ding the website for. copyrights are not a problem.

CDex, audiograbber, fubar2000, dbpoweramp, mediamonkey, plus a handful of others.

I use grip in a linux system.

I have other tools I use for this, but you should be able to set iTunes to import mp3s. I do not believe they are rights manages, but I don’t use the program in that way. You can set this in the perferences -> general -> import settings.

Force Flow gave a good list, I’d add the LAME codec (can be used by some programs like CDex).

I’ll just chip in with Audacity (which also uses LAME) - it’s quite nifty for doing things like this too :tup:

Windows Media Player can rip to MP3. I’ve used that in the past without any problems.

Thank you…

I tried to use the Google Reader MP3 Player. I pasted in the code but can’t figure out how to attached the mp3 files to the player.
Heres the directions I used.
“To use this MP3 player on your website or blog, copy-paste the following code and replace the MP3_FILE_URL with the link to your MP3 file.”

Here is the code that I used for the player:
<embed type=“application/x-shockwave-flash” flashvars=“audioUrl=MP3_FILE_URL” src=“” width=“400” height=“27” quality=“best”></embed>

Is there a simple way to insert an mp3 player into website and attached music mp3’s?

Open source flash player:

free for personal, pay for private:

and a few other options:

Try using dBpoweramp its a converter but it also have a cd ripper. It has a wide range of audio codecs.