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Re: ripping audio CD's Rainer Peter Feller Fri Aug 29 02:34:10 2003

On Fri, 29 Aug 2003, Cedric wrote:

> Hi, I have ripped a number of audiocd's with a combination of cdparanoia and 
> lame
>
> I use the following script:
>
> cdparanoia -d /dev/scd2 -B 1 && lame track01.cdda.wav && rm track01.cdda.wav
> cdparanoia -d /dev/scd2 -B 2 && lame track02.cdda.wav && rm track02.cdda.wav
>
> This works fine, but how do i create a script that can do this:
>
> Check out how many tracks are on the CD
> Check how many tracks are already converted
> Convert the rest into mp3 without cashing the .wav on the harddrive
>
>
> Thanks for your time and attention,
>
> Cedric

O.K. this does not look for already convertrd titles ...

---
#!/bin/bash
TITLES=$(cdparanoia -p -d /dev/sg0 -v 0 - 2>&1 | tail -n 13 | head -n 1 |cut -d 
'.' -f 1)
for i in $( seq -w 1 $TITLES )
do cdparanoia -p -d /dev/sg0 -v $i  - |
   lame -h - $i.mp3
done
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  H
CUH Rainer Peter Feller
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