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Oct
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answered How to short this command?
Oct
4
revised Converting a .gif into a .swf using gif2swf
improved formatting
Oct
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Oct
3
answered Why nslookup result always comes from server 127.0.0.1
Oct
3
comment Is it possible to get a status report from cp?
please elaborate, what do you want from a status report?
Oct
2
answered What is the significance of '*' (star, asterisk) in the file listing results?
Sep
26
revised Is my kernel version OK or I have to update it?
fixed spelling... again...
Sep
26
revised Is my kernel version OK or I have to update it?
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revised Is my kernel version OK or I have to update it?
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Sep
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answered Is my kernel version OK or I have to update it?
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Aug
23
revised Headless music converter with filename based on tags
fixed errors (2), added line for album covers
Aug
23
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Aug
23
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Aug
23
accepted Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Aug
23
comment Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Album art can be extracted by adding the following to the script: mediainfo --Inform="General;%Cover_Data%" "$1" | base64 -d > "$OUTPUTBASE/$ALBUMARTIST/$ALBUM/AlbumArt.jpg". With this information my question is solved. Thanks again!
Aug
23
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Aug
23
comment Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Thanks for your answer, you've helped a lot! I do have some small points however: 1) The package avconv doesn't exist, it should be libav-tools. 2) cvt should be $OUTPUTBASE. 3) This script doesn't output the albumart to AlbumArt.jpg as I would like, is this possible?
Aug
19
comment Headless music converter with filename based on tags
Let's say the initial soundtracks are located in /soundtracks/, each soundtrack in it's own sub-folder(s). The source files are not named in one specific manner (except for the .m4a part) so the only way to get things like {track number} is from the tags. The files I want to convert are all in the same format, but of course it would be nice if the script could convert from other formats as well.
Aug
13
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