ACRipper 1.2.1

Advanced Command-line CD ripper/encoder
ACRipper is an automatic command-line CD ripper and ogg encoder along with freedb.org client. It tries to connect to freedb.org server to get CD info. If no info is found a text file may be provided instead. Also suport FLAC and MP3 (ID3 tag).

Usage:

Insert your CD in the device and just type acripper at the prompt. If no CDDB server info is found, ACRipper will try to read CD info from titles.txt by default. You can force ACRipper to use a file with the -f[file] option. If no [file] argument is provided, ACRipper tries to use titles.txt. In any case if no info could be retrieved from freedb.org and no file is found either, then tracks names are auto-generated.
   
acripper [-e flac|ogg|mp3] [-f[file] -n]
   
Option -n append a counter on the output file names. Useful to force ogg player playing tracks in the original CD sequence.

Here below the structure of titles.txt (or any CD info file) starting at line 1 with artist name:

        artist
        title
        genre
         track 1
         ...
         track n
   
Examples:

Invoke ACRipper to first try to use CDDB server. If no info is available, titles.txt will be read.

        >acripper

Force ACRipper to read CD info from titles.txt

        >acripper -f

Force ACRipper to read CD info from cdinfo.txt

        >acripper -fcdinfo.txt
       
Encode to FLAC and read CD info freom cdinfo.txt

        >acripper -e flac -fcdinfo.txt

last updated on:
January 21st, 2009, 11:45 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Olivier Meurice
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
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What's New in This Release:
  • OGG quality parameter is defined as a constant
  • Add output file names numbering (option -n)
  • Improve cddbc
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