• I've been using the premium version of JetAudio for several years. There is a free basic version, but I wanted the extra features in JetAudio's Plus software. For example: audio recording, audio trimming, audio and video converter and CD ripping and burning. Some people have suggested VLC to me and I have tried it on several occasions, but I had already invested in JetAudio and tried out VLC only after I purchased JetAudio in 2011.

    There really isn't a great argument to purchase JetAudio when VLC has almost all the same features and is 100% free. After comparing the two, I do prefer the ease of use of JetAudio over VLC, but that definitely has something to do with me using it for a while already.

    Any JetAudio users here?

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