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Oggify is a perl script designed to take flac formatted audio and encode it into ogg vorbis or mp3
Oggify is a perl script designed to take flac formatted audio and encode it into ogg vorbis or mp3. Oggify allows you to specify a directory that contains flac files and will encode all flac files in the directory tree into ogg or mp3 files in a similar directory tree.
Here are some key features of "Oggify Goggify":
Built-in Help: Simply pass a -h or -H and you'll get a simple or detailed help print out.
Quality: Set the quality to be passed to LAME or oggenc, from 0 to 10, allowing for easy changes based on the type of music to be encoded. Default set to 5.
Test Mode: Prints out what the script would do, so you avoid accidental deletion or over-writing.
Automatic Nice'ing: Allows you to nice the encoding process, defaulting to a value of 10.
Purge: Ensures that the output directory tree matches the input tree. Deleting files and directories where needed.
Refresh: Re-encodes files that are older than their source file, or re-encodes them to a new format.
Retagging: Turns off encoding, and retags all of the files based on the tags in the flac files.
Mp3 or Ogg Encoding: Makes it easy to do one or both, in case you've got a portable music player that just doesn't do ogg's.
LAME -- For mp3 encoding.
oggenc -- For ogg encoding.
flac and metaflac -- To handle flac files and get tag information.
id3v2 -- To tag your mp3 files.
What's New in This Release:
This is a stable release.
There are major usability fixes, improved tag handling via TagLib, and many other things.
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