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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Sep 26, 2014
-- Eugene, OR - Software Development Resource or simply SDR introduces a new cda to mp3 converter program. The company just opened recently and now hosts dozens of free to download software products that are good for daily use. Their team of experts still make time to produce more in the coming months despite customized software orders from various clients.
More on CDA and MP3
For starters, CDA might be more unfamiliar than mp3 as people from all walks of life may have at one point heard a song played on a local mp3 player, the ones in the likeness of iPods that play digital files. Mp3 players have long replaced the now obsolete cassette and Walkman players.
MP3 files became more widespread with the advent of Winamp, a desktop media player that made it more accessible through the internet.
MP3 stands for MPEG Audio Layer III and is now considered the de facto standard in digital playback of most audio players found in either online or offline mediums.
On the other hand, files with a .cda extension are products of files generated by Microsoft's audio track format. It stands for Compact Disk Audio and people also frequently see this type of file when viewing CDs. These files are associated with CDs and cda files are meant to be played by CD Players developed in the 70's. Think of vinyl LP tracks that are more advanced. Music found in most CDs are still stored in a continuous spiral starting from the inside to the outer portions of it.
This is also the main reason why people hate it when someone made scratches on the glossy portion of the CD because that's where the data is. That data cannot be played directly through a digital player.
How the CDA to MP3 Converter Fits In
The problem with most cda files then is that users can't just normally copy this file type from the disc to the hard drive for easier playing without the need for the CD. It will instead get lost and will not play in digital players.
SDR's free CDA to mp3 converter can do all the work after ripping all the content from the disc to anywhere within the computer's hard drive storage. This in turn will make viewing or listening to its content more convenient in the future.
Steven Coluido, company president, believes that CD players are still prevalent in some cases nowadays like car stereo or when installing a new complex industrial software [think of accounting software products]. Further he adds “the ability to convert them for easier usage can still be helpful in many ways.”
About Software Development Resource
Their team of talented software engineers, programmers and developers have a combined experience of 30 years in the industry. They started as a small shop and quickly grew to now include team members from around the world. They believe that showcasing their talent with the introduction of free useful software programs is a way to help the community and increase their productivity. SDR offers custom software solutions to streamline businesses.
243 Peach Drive, Oregon USA