A small script to rip and encode audio from a CD.
./getcd.sh [-t(m|f|o|w)] [-p path] [-e encoder] [-c cddbitem] [-h] [-I interface] [-D device] [-v[v|0]] [-q] [-s] [--help] [--encoding=(m|f|o|w)] [--encoder=(lame|bladeenc)] [--path=<string>] [--interface=(cooked_ioctl|generic_scsi)] [--device=<string>]
-h | --help: online help
-v: set verbosity level.
-q: make the script silent. Equivalent to -v0
-t | --encoding: encoding type
-p | --path: base path
-e | --encoder: encoder
-c: CDDB entry selection
-I | --interface: specifies cdda2wav interface to use
-D | --device: specifies device to use with cdda2wav.
-s: sampler indicator
Verbosity settings (
-v0: disable all output
-v: be more verbose
-vv: enables debug
Encoding type (
-t | --encoding)
You can specify either m for encoding to mp3 using lame, or f for making lossless encoding using flac, or o for making ogg/vorbis, or w for uncompressed wav. Omitting this results in encoding to flac. Mp3s will be placed under a subfolder mp3 and flacs under a subfolder flac.
Base path (
-p | --path)
Specifies the path to save the encoded data. Defaults to the users home directory.
-e | --encoder)
Specifies the mp3 encoder to use. Valid encoders are actually:
Defaults to lame.
CDDB entry selection (
Specifies the CDDB-Entry to use.
Sometimes there is more than 1 entry for a cd in cddb. Then you can specify wich one to use by this option. You can checkout all entries using cddb.pl.
Cdda2wav interface selection (
-I | --interface)
Valid interfaces are
cooked_ioctl. Please note that
cooked_ioctl is not available on all systems. Defaults to
if device begins with /dev else to
Cdda2wav device selection (
-D | --device)
All values that are valid for cdda2wav are valid here.
Defaults to /dev/cdrom
sampler indicator (
If set indicates that this disk contains various artists (is a sampler). In this case the artist is written in the title information of cddb most likely. Giving this option the script will show a title list and give the oppotunity to enter a delimiting string so that title and artist information can be split properly and fill the mp3id or whatever correctly.
No contribution now, sorry.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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