dr_cdrip - rip audio cd’s to ogg
dr_cdrip [args] < id3-tag-file
dr_cdrip sets up a cdparanoia(1) - oggenc(1) pipe for each track on
your audio cd, so that the audio on your cd will be stored as .ogg
files on your harddisk. args will get passed to each songs’ oggenc(1)
id3-tag-file could look like this:
Jaffa - Star 67
Think of one - Den Antwaarpse Shabi
Klute - Angry Woman
Electrotwist - The Smurfer
Evil characters are discarded from the file, we don’t want them to
appear in filenames. If a line lacks a ’ - ’, the line is assumed to be
Defauls setting of oggenc(1)’s --quality level is 7, override by
setting the CDRIP_QUALITY environment variable.
Note: mp3’s id3 tags seem to be called "comments" in the .ogg world.
dj@gelfand ~$ export CDRIP_QUALITY=9
dj@gelfand /h.../The_New_York_Contemporary_Five$ dr_cdrip \
-l "The New York Contemporary Five" -a "Archie Shepp" \
-c "description=Don Cherry: crnt, Archie Shepp: ts, Don \
Moore: b, JC Moses:d" -c "genre=Jazz" -c "date=1963" \
-c "location=Copenhagen" \
-c "copyright=1991 Storyville Records" -c "license=All Rights Reserved" \
-c "organization=Storyville" \
-c "contact=http://www.storyville-records.com/" \
-c "diskid=bd10c70d" < /tmp/songlist
See DISCID HOWTO on
info on disk id. Beware! A diskid comment is _not_ mentioned in the
(oggenc’s -t will be used by dr_cdrip. -a might be.)
supported extra comments are (see ogg123.c)
VERSION=, TRACKNUMBER=, ISRC=
ARTIST is -a, ALBUM is -l TITLE is -t.
VERSION is e.g. ’Biosphere Foo Mix’. Multipe ARTIST tags can occur;
this use is encouraged if applicable. -c foo will be displayed by
ogg123 as ’Comment: foo’.
Run something like:
cdcd tracks | sed 's/^.*\]\ *//' | sed 's/\ $//'
to extract a songlist from a cddb database.
The format of the songinfo input file is non-standard. Support for
cddb is lacking.
abcde - A Better CD Encoder at http://www.hispalinux.es/~data/abcde.php
This file is maintained at http://git.mdcc.cx/draai
First version written 2001-01-09. Last maintenance, as of 2007-08-22,
done at 2005-12-14.
Copyright: AX 2001-2005 Joost van Baal
This program is in the public domain.
Joost van Baal <email@example.com>