Quickly access, copy and archive the contents of CDs, by processing the channel code layers, with the help of this lightweight tool.
- Version :4.7
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Klaus Michael
ccccd is a simple to use application that allows you to copy and archive the contents of a CD, by running it through a set of algorithms. The program is designed to copy the contents of Compact Discs by processing the channel code layer and analyzing the NRZI signal.
Reliable CD duplication program
ccccd, short for Channel Code Copy of Compact Discs, offers you an alternative method for duplicating the contents of a CD to your computer. The main purpose of the application is to archive the data on the CD on the channel code layer and process the resulting image.
The analysis includes reading the NRZI signal, which originates from the laser pickup of the CD player and is directly recorded. The NRZI signal returns an image of the CD’s pit-land structure, which is later demodulated and decoded.
ccccd is capable of processing these images and act as a virtual CD player, by copying the embedded data.
Configure the CD archiving and content extraction feature
ccccd allows you select which error correction algorithms you wish to apply in the archiving process, by checking the afferent box to each entry. Moreover, if you process audio CDs, the program features specific functions that you can enable/disable, namely pregap audio signals or another type of data and conceal errors.
The program can save the pit-land structure readings to ISO images or MPG files to your computer, as well as convert the audio tracks to WAV, DSEC or FRM files. You may also select the task you wish the program to perform.
Attach the required files to the main application
ccccd comes as a portable application, meaning it does not require installation so that it can be run from any location. However, to properly run the application, you need to perform additional steps. The program requires several dynamic link library files, which are not available in the package, but can be acquired separately.