Install a car-style CD player with CDDB access in your computer. Axialis AX-CDPlayer will permit you to listen audio CD using your CD-ROM drive. If you know how to use a real CD player you will easily use AX-CDPlayer. It looks like a real electronic product (a car CD-Player!). Fully compatible with CDDB, it retreives disc and song titles through Internet. Also, it contains a librarian to manage your discs.
As easy as a car CD player: Axialis AX-CDPlayer will permit you to listen to audio CD using your CD-ROM drive. It looks like a real electronic car CD player!. If you know how to use a real car CD player, using AX CDPlayer will be a child's play!
Automatically get disc titles through Internet: With Axialis AX-CDPlayer you automatically get disc and track titles accessing freedb.org worldwide database through the Internet. The program is 100% compatible with CDDBP protocol (submit and query). With this feature you will no longer need to enter disc and tracks titles manually. Simply insert an audio disc in AX-CDPlayer and a few seconds later disc and track titles appear in the LCD like display.
Manage your CD collection: A built-in utility permits you to organize all your discs in a local database. The first time you insert a disc, information about it is automatically downloaded via Internet from freedb.org and is stored in a local database. With AX-CDPlayer you can store and manage an unlimited number of discs in that database.
Full support of freedb.org: If you are not familiar with freedb.org or its database and service, the concept is a simple one. On commercial music compact discs, there is no disc title, artist, track title, credits, or other information that a player application running on your computer can extract and display for you. However, Axialis AX-CDPlayer can scan the CD inserted into the computer and look the disc up in freedb.org massive database. The freedb.org database then returns the title and track information to the player application for display by the time you hear the first notes of the album.