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shn2make works with sets of shn or flac audio files and the make program to automate the process of burning shn archive CD-R's,
shn2make works with sets of shn or flac audio files and the make program to automate the process of burning shn archive CD-R's, audio CD-R's and the encoding of lossy mp3 and ogg-vorbis files.
shn and flac are lossless audio compression formats. shn and flac are commonly used for distribution of high-quality live recordings of "trade friendly" bands. You will find many via etree.org , or in USENET groups like alt.binaries.gdead.
shn and flac file sets are typically distributed with a .nfo or .txt file which contains the set list and other information.
Shn2make finds all the shn or flac files in the current directory and checks thier md5 checksums. Then shn2make looks for the .nfo or .txt file, and trys to figure out the song names and corresponding disc and track numbers. The song names are matched against available shn/flac files. Finally, if all the files check ok and everything is complete and makes sense a Makefile is created.
Using this Makefile with the standard "make" utility, various tedious sequences of tasks can be automatically performed on the set of shn or flac files. For example archiving the set to CD, or encoding all the songs to mp3 with the correct names.
What's New in This Release:
When wodim is available, it is used instead of cdrecord.
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