Streamripper is a popular application that’s widely used for recording streaming MP3 and Vorbis (.OGG files) audio to hard disk. There are two versions of this application – one is the standalone software and the other is a plugin for Winamp. Featured in this article is the standalone edition. On the 17th of February 2009, final build of Streamripper 1.64.4 was released - direct download link for this version can be found at the end of this article.
One of the specialties of Streamripper is that it’s able to detect separate audio tracks in a MP3 or OGG Vorbis stream. That is, the program is capable of finding where one track ends and another one begins, automatically. This is done by scanning for silent marks in the audio stream. It’s a pretty useful app that’s been around for nearly 9 years – check it out.
[Click Here] to download StreamRipper 1.64.4 for Windows from SourceForge (Direct Download)
[Click Here] to visit the SourceForge download page for older builds and non Windows versions of StreamRipper