How To Rip Audio CD to MP3 in Windows Media Player | Windows 10 Tutorial



In this Microsoft Windows 10 tutorial, you will learn to RIP Audio CD to MP3, WAV or WMA format using Windows Media Player without installing any third-party software. You can skip to 2:33 if you don’t want to listen to any introduction about Audio CDs and why we have to RIP them instead of Copy and Pasting.

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But always one question arises that why we cannot just copy and paste the Audio CD directly to hard drive. In this video, you will also learn about how an Audio CD store information on the disc? What those 44 bytes Track files represent? What happens if you just copy and paste the Track files from audio CD to hard drive?

Then we will use Windows Media Player to convert or rip the Audio CD to popular music formats like MP3, WMA or WAV.

Information also applies to the following versions:
Windows 8
Windows 8.1

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33 thoughts on “How To Rip Audio CD to MP3 in Windows Media Player | Windows 10 Tutorial”

  1. Thanks for the awesome tutorial! 👏👏 And guys, if you want to extract audio from DVDs, just use the free WinX DVD Ripper. It rips any DVD to MP3, AAC and AC3, MP4 with high quality. http://bit.ly/freedvdripperwin10

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  2. Never thought I'd be spending crazy time Ripping all my old CD's to MP3. This is so simple and I had no idea. Thank you. I could put my old music on my phone and not have to listen to advertisements and or pay a subscription fee.

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  3. So, ripping the CD won't damage it right? Like, you could still put the CD in another PC and the music would still play?

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  4. First at all I do not have logo -My computer. Second I put my laptop CD-palyer then is choices to play CD or DVD-not more no tracks menu or CDA extenion menu or even no ohter rip menu. I have 2019 year Lenovo.

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  5. Original music band CD-s are copy right protection = they not open tracks like her show open. My las t 27 yrears all musicband CD-is are buy at shop not over internet. 9 25 euro each – 120 CD-s = 1800 euros i spend my faorite band music CD-s but now some graet inventor want again same many for my because they put new computer programm That is not right !

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  6. Thanks for sharing the specifics on files; felt like I was in a classroom taking a course !!!

    Appreciate this video !!!!

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  7. Very useful. I'm having an issue with WMP putting one CD into multiple folders though. I'm not very good with computers and cannot get it to stop. I've deleted and redone the CD so many times and cannot get it to stop. I combined the files then WMP acts as if I committed the ultimate sin. 😑 I am just trying to get the rip CDs to upload to Google Music (yes I know it is closing down).

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  8. I can't find the RIP button on my windows media player. My "library visualization" is much more confuse tha yours

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