Subject: Re: grab my sound ?
To: None <netbsd-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Rafal Boni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/22/2003 16:10:31
In message <20031222183429.GE23009@blef.org>, you write:
-> On 12/22 13:28, Russell McManus wrote:
-> > It is not packaged, but I modified a tool called ripit (originally
-> > designed for FreeBSD and Linux) to work on my NetBSD installation.
-> > The cool part about this program is that it looks up the track
-> > information from an online database before ripping the tracks, so that
-> > all the disc metadata is available for xmms, etc.
-> audio/abcde was mentioned earlier, and it does this as well.
Having used both Ripit and abcde, abcde is like definitely the Cadillac of
ripping-automation tools -- it's configuration lets you customize just about
everything, and I vastly prefer doing it in a config file vs. editing the
script like I had to do with versions of Ripit.
Rafal Boni email@example.com
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