Re: Convert mp3 enbulk
Bob Proulx <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have the opposite problem. Everything I have is in ogg format. But
> sometimes I want to play on a device that doesn't understand ogg and
> can only play mp3 format.
Likewise. I have a script that contains a loop around what amounts to
oggdec -o "$WAV" "$OGG"
lame -h -V 2 -vbr-new "$WAV" "$MP3"
rm -f "$WAV"
Commands to get from mp3 to ogg have already been posted so I won't
repeat those here.
> Unfortunately the tags don't transfer one to one. Have you looked at
> the tags available (or that you have used, or not used) in your mp3
> files? And then look at the tags available in ogg format. It isn't a
> one-to-one lineup.
The tags I have found particularly relevant to my (Android) player are
fairly limited. I have a couple of code chunks that apply the relevant
tags, like this:
echo "Tagging '$FILE' as '$SONG' (mp3)"
id3v2 --album "$ALBUM" --song "$SONG" "$FILE"
test -n "$ARTIST" && id3v2 --artist "$ARTIST" "$FILE"
test -n "$TRNO" && id3v2 --track "$TRNO" "$FILE"
echo "Tagging '$FILE' as '$SONG' (ogg)"
vorbiscomment -w -t ALBUM="$ALBUM" -t TITLE="$SONG" "$FILE"
test -n "$ARTIST" && vorbiscomment -a -t ARTIST="$ARTIST" "$FILE"
test -n "$TRNO" && vorbiscomment -a -t TRACKNUMBER="$TRNO" "$FILE"
The track number parameter is deceptively important.