abcde is a commandline audio cd ripper. It will read your CD, contact a CDDB provider, download the track information, rip your CD in your choice of audio formats and then store all the encoded tracks in the folder layout that you specify.

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How can I use abcde to rip to mp3 and embed album art under Trusty?

The version of abcde (the audio cd commandline ripper) under Trusty does not do what I would like: Rip audio cds to mp3 Download and then embed the appropriate album art Can someone show me a ...
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How to create a Debian package for the development version of abcde?

I am one of the developers of the commandline ripper/encoder abcde. Development is moving fast and I would like eager Ubuntu abcde users to be able to: Create a Debian package from the git head Then ...
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Changing editor in abcde

I ran abcde, but wanted to edit the CD information. When I said yes, it gave me a menu of editors to choose from. I unintentionally selected nano as the editor. I canceled C-c'd the process. Now ...
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Is there a abcde equivalent for DVD/Blu-Ray Discs?

When I converted my CD collection to mp3 several years ago, I used abcde. The workflow basically went like this: Insert CD Run abcde abcde ejects the disc Repeat I'm looking for a similar workflow ...
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How do I mount a .cue/.wav

I have a .cue file which points to a .flac How can I mount the image as if it were an audio CD? Is it necessary to decode the .flac file into .wav and edit the cue sheet to point to a .wav file ...