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mp3c - convert audio-cds to mp3
[-i <configfile>] [-b <batchfile> [-t <tmpfile/dir>]] [-d <cdrom-device>] [-v] [-n]
This program is a frontend for every cdripper and mp3-encoder program. It
uses CDDB-functionality for converting audio-cds to mp3.
It can run in interactive and batch-mode.
use alternative configfile
run in batchmode and create shellscript
specify a different directory for tempfiles (ripped-files), if started in
batchmode (-b option given)
use this device (overwrites default-configuration)
show which things have been changed in a news version of MP3c.
shows version, program and other informations and exits
For detailed help take a look in the README file. Handling of interactive-
mode should be obviously.
If no options are given on the command line,
will run interactivly.
Screen is divided into TOC of cd (upper part) and status information
The following keys control
in interactive mode:
- PgUp, PgDn, up and down cursor, Pos1, End
select a track.
- Space, Del
swap encoding flag
swap artist and title
swap artist and title on marked tracks
encode actual file
Settings will be saved in ~/.mp3crc. You can also use /usr/etc/mp3crc. To use another config-file use "-i" switch when calling mp3c.
Page was created for V0.29
Sometimes there is a "klick" at the beginning of mp3-files, if "on-the-fly" encoding is used together with "encoder 1.02"
Matthias Hensler <email@example.com>
cdparanoia(1) cdda2wav(1) mp3info(1)
- INTERACTIVE USE
- SEE ALSO
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Time: 21:24:02 GMT, April 16, 2011