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Mp3Make is a program that automates the ripping and encoding of CD audio to mp3 files. Since the programs commonly used in linux t
Mp3Make is a program that automates the ripping and encoding of CD audio to mp3 files.
Since the programs commonly used in linux to do this are seperate, it made sense to make a glue program to make life easier.
This is supplemented by downloading a cd track list from a cddb server, and using that to name the files being created.
You need to have cda, which is a component of xmcd, installed and configured correctly. Make sure the XMCD_LIBDIR environment variable is set '/usr/lib/X11/xmcd'. Hint: if you can't do 'cda on' manually from a shell, then cda or your system is not configured right.
This program also calls cdparanoia and bladeenc OR a registered version of l3enc OR 8hz-mp3 (it's free!) OR mp3enc. If you don't have xmcd/cda, cdparanoia, and l3enc OR 8hz-mp3 OR mp3enc, this program will not work. cda, cdparanoia, and the encoder of your choice must all be in your path.
There is also an option to use id3tool to set the ID3 tag of the mp3 file using the CDDB info. You don't need this program to use mp3make, but it's nice to have.
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