WinX DVD Ripper Mac Free is totally free DVD ripping software for Mac OS which can perfectly rip all kinds of DVDs (including copy protected DVDs) to iTunes, MP4, MPEG, FLV, MP3, PNG, etc. for free.
Adaptive, programmable metronome for training speed and precision on any musical instrument. It will guide you during scale exercises and chromatic drills by listening and adapting to your skills or by following tempo according to on-screen graph.
Free but powerful audio converter,supports 15 audio formats and 10 video formats.Convert MP3 to FLAC,FLAC to MP3,MP3 to WAV,MP3 to M4A,OGG to MP3,M4A to MP3,MP4 to MP3,AVI to MP3 and more.Easy to use,multilingual,in-built player,custom output profile
Jolix Media Player is an audio software offering great features like a smart interface, net streaming, continuous play, mp3 wav converter, an integrated ID3 editor which makes renaming and changing files easier and supports MP3, FLAC, AAC, MP4, etc.
iDVDrip DVD to Audio Converter,a DVD audio extractor and DVD to MP3 converter to rip audio from DVD, rip DVD sound to MP3, MP2, AAC, WAV, WMA, AC3, AU, M4A, AIFF, AMR, FLAC, OGG, MKA audio formats. Using DVD Audio Ripper, you can extract DVD audio.
vast dvd to ipod converter is an excellent and powerful dvd tool. which can helps convert any kinds of dvds to ipod format and convert other popular video formats, such as avi, mov, mpeg, divx, xvid, mkv, mp4 and wmv video formats
IQmango 3D Video Converter is a first-class video converting software that enables you to transform any regular 2D video file to 3D video. This superb, revolutionary app supports 7 great 3D techniques, including Side by Side and Anaglyph Red Cyan 3D.
Realtime remixing of audio files with randomization features.
ImTOO iPad Mate can backup music/movies/photos/books/ringtones in iPad to computer or iTunes, transfer files from computer to devices, convert CD/DVD to iPad music and movies.
iPod CD Audio ripper is a fast and easy to use program for recording digital audio tracks directly from compact disks without going through your sound card (this process is known as "ripping").