|Lists the types of music files in which you can rip CD tracks. By default, the available options are Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Audio (variable bit rate), Windows Media Audio Lossless, and MP3.
|Copy protect music
|Specifies whether tracks copied from CDs in Windows
Media Audio format are protected files. A license is required to play protected files.
Licenses help protect the copyrights of artists by preventing
illegal distribution. Selecting this check box may prevent you from
playing the tracks on another computer.
|Rip CD when inserted
|Specifies that CDs are automatically copied to your
library when inserted into the CD drive. This feature enables you
to rip several CDs in succession, especially if both this option
and the Eject CD when ripping is complete option are
You can play the CD while it is being copied.
|Eject CD when ripping is complete
|Specifies that CDs are automatically ejected when
the Player has finished ripping them. This option enables you to
rip several CDs in succession without having to eject each CD
You can play the CD while it is being copied, but playback stops when ripping is completed and the CD is ejected.
|Adjusts the compression quality when you rip CD tracks to your computer as Windows Media Audio files. Ripping tracks at a higher quality requires lower compression, a higher bit rate, and more disk space. The sound quality decreases the more the tracks are compressed.