Questions tagged [abcde]

abcde is a commandline audio cd ripper. It will read your CD, contact a CDDB provider, download the track information, download album art, 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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Automated Ripping Machine (ARM) - ripping to flac, not ripping to mp3

So I configured ARM and it was working correctly for flac files. However when I set it up for mp3 (I am doing it for someone else end they prefer mp3) it is not working. As for the logs: [2019-11-...
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abcde: What is an ~/.abcde.conf file to rip to multiple formats?

The 'canonical' abcde conf file section of the website at andrews-corner has been removed, what is a conf file that I can use now to rip my audio cds with abcde to multiple different formats at the ...
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abcde numbering multi-disc tracks incorrectly

When ripping a multi-disc audiobook set, my tracks are not getting numbered as expected (based on how it's worked for me with dozens of audiobooks in the past) If somebody knows why I'm getting ...
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How can I use AIFF encoding with abcde?

I see that AIFF encoding is now available with the latest development version of the CD ripper abcde. How can I easily test this out under Ubuntu's Xenial Xerus? (Full disclaimer: I personally added ...
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Automatic CD/DVD ripper that supports multiple drives

As the title states, im looking for an automatic CD/DVD (and maybe later an BD) ripping machine. The PC I build is from old hardware and stuff that i had lying around. First the specs: CPU: Intel ...
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Use abcde to produce high quality flac and mp3 output with album art under Xenial?

Xenial Xerus has a nice modern version of abcde: andrew@athens:~$ abcde -v | head -n 1 This is abcde v2.7.1. I would like to use this to produce: High quality mp3 files for my portable player ...
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How can I use abcde to rip to mp3 and embed album art under Trusty and Xenial?

I would like to use the commandline audio ripper abcde to: Rip audio cds to mp3 Download and then embed the appropriate album art Can someone show me an example of how to accomplish this under both ...
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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 ...