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Re: Ripping MP3s

I've got a perl script I wrote,  It forks a process to do the rip to a
wave file, then forks children to encode that while it forks another child
to do the next wave.  It uses the cddb to do naming.  I'm currently using
bladeenc and cdparanoia-III...  

Thus spake Mart van de Wege (mvdwege@wanadoo.nl):

> On Wed, 20 Jun 2001 06:34:23 -0700
> garyjones@linuxfreemail.com wrote:
> > Can anyone recommend any package for creating mp3s from CDs (yes, I do
> own them :) under Debian? I tried searching the package list but there was
> nothing obvious, only players it seemed.
> > 
> > For bonus points you might also like to recommend a sound card, as 
> > I'm not sure that mine (Yamaha WF192XG) works too well (or at all)
> > using GPL-type software.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Gary, soon getting some RF headphones and wants to turn his computer 
> > into a jukebox :-D
> > 
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> > 
> I'll chime in for grip. Nice interface (little heavy on the tabs though),
> decent performance, supports most rippers and encoders including ogg and
> supports the full freedb protocol (including supercede, so you can correct
> spelling mistakes and have them corrected in freedb).
> Mart
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