How to Convert Audio CD to WMA
Purchasing a music CD does not means that you own it permanently because of some accidental physical damage or data loss. What you should do is to get a backup for it. Audio CD Ripper included in Audio Editor Deluxe is an easy-to-use music CD to WMA Converter. It reads audio from your CD and allows you to save them in WMA format. Quality adjustment is also provided. Download and install Audio Editor Deluxe to backup your music CD collection and enjoy them in your computer or music player.
1. Activate Audio CD Ripper
Insert your audio CD into your computer's CD drive, run Audio Editor Deluxe and click on "File" to choose "CD Ripper" to activate the audio CD ripper tool.
2. Select Ripping Devices
The ripper scans your computer's disc drive and all the available drives are displayed in the list. Select the right disc drive with the audio CD inserted. If you plug in new devices or change the disc click "Refresh" to update device list.
3. Choose Audio CD Tracks
Set directory to save grabbed audio files. Click the "Browser" button and choose the folder you want to backup in. Then check the tracks you'd like to grab. All the tracks are checked by default. Of course you can uncheck any track that doesn't need to be grabbed.
4. Choose Output Format & Start Ripping
Select the output WMA quality from the drop-down list. The ripper also has the ability to output uncompressed WAV files and even lossless WMA files. Click "Next" to start ripping and the processing is displayed. After the ripping you may save the log info as a .txt or .log file.