Originally Posted by renatoreyes
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I don't know about the other programs mentioned, but Polderbits is primarily a "ripper" program, meaning you can capture sound from any source [CD, PC, web sites, etc.] and then save it into any format you want.
The editing is rudimentary. You can cut, paste, crop, fade in or out, etc. It also has some filters and an equalizer. The controls are easy to use.
But it's mostly a sound capture program. I don't know if the other programs have that capability. For example, if you were on YouTube and heard some funny sounds coming from a clip [dog barking, cat meowing, person yelling] you could open Polderbits, play the video and capture the sound. Some people capture streaming music, which may not be legal, but I hear they do such].