Re: Ripping CD
T o n g <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm wondering what's the proper tools for ripping/copying CDs.
I like jack.
,----[ aptitude show jack ]
| Description: Rip and encode CDs with one command
| Jack has been developed with one main goal: making OGGs (or MP3s)
| without having to worry. There is nearly no way that an incomplete rip
| goes unnoticed, e.g. jack compares WAV and OGG file sizes when
| continuing from a previous run. Jack also checks your HD space before
| doing anything (even keeps some MB free).
| - it supports different rippers and encoders
| - it is very configurable
| - it doesn't need X
| - it can "rip" virtual CD images like the ones created by cdrdao
| - when using cdparanoia, cdparanoia's status information is displayed
| and archived for all tracks, so you can see if something went wrong
| - it uses sophisticated disk space management, i.e. it schedules its
| ripping/encoding processes depending on available space.
| - freedb query, file renaming and id3/ogg-tagging
| - it can resume work after it has been interrupted. If all tracks have
| been ripped, it doesn't even need the CD anymore, even if you want
| to do a freedb query.
| - it can do a freedb query based on OGGs alone, like if you don't
| remember from which CD those OGGs came from.
| - freedb submissions
- Ripping CD
- From: T o n g <email@example.com>