[lug] CD rip/encode
Timothy C. Klein
teece at silverklein.net
Mon Aug 25 18:19:01 MDT 2003
XCDRoast will copy your CDs for you, and so will gcombust. That is
fairly easy. I know XCDRoast has a paranoia option, I am not so sure
For the ogg vorbis files, I wrote a perl script to do what you ask. It
seems like tools were available to do it, but they didn't name stuff
like I wanted. Mine did MP3, but switching it to ogg vorbis would be
* Peter Hutnick (peter-lists at hutnick.com) wrote:
> I need to make backups and PC based copies of my CD collection.
> The process I am looking for is:
> 1. Pop in a CD.
> 2. Run a command (or hit a button).
> 3. Walk a way for a bit.
> 4. Come back to an open CD tray. Pop in a CDR.
> 5. Walk away for a bit.
> 6. Come back to an open tray containing a copy of the CD.
> 7. Find a set of vorbis files on my hard disk, with names derived from
> CDDB. 8. Repeat as necessary.
> The requirements are:
> 1. Paranoid riping (some of my CDs aren't in great shape).
> 2. Playlist and filename generation based on CDDB.
> 3. Support of the oggenc --quality switch.
> I'd really like to be able to:
> 1. Customize the way the output filenames are structured (I want
> artist-album-tracknum-trackname.ogg). 2. Tweak other details, so I'd
> prefer a shell or perl script driven system.
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