On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 09:56:28PM +0100 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Steffen Higel thought:
>> I have been looking around for (a) piece(s) of software to do the
>> 1. Rip a CD
> 2. Convert ripped tracks to mp3
> 3. Look up cd on some online cd database and get track info
> 4. Store tracks like so:
>>> I have found bits and pieces to do 1 and 2, though 3 and 4 have been
> somewhat more elusive. If anyone here has a got something akin to the
> above working, I'd really like to hear how you did it.
jack's yer man from
Needs python-1.5.2 (or later)
IIRC, it will use the ripper and encoder you specify. My setup uses
cdparanoia for ripping, bladeenc for encoding and something else for the
cddb stuff (talks to freedb by default, will rip and encode off-line and
lookup later or will do the lookup for 20 CDs first and once the data is
downloaded, will happily rip and encode off-line also.
B at TW, I have a little script which will index all MP3s in a directory tree
in a form suitable for xmms.
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