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Command Line CD Ripping on Windows
Jinzora
post Jun 14 2005, 02:55
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Does such an app exist? I want to:

Rip to MP3
Get data from Freedb for what's being ripped
Auto tag based on that

- all at the command line on Windows

I've googled and searched here but can't find anything. A GUI will NOT work for what I want, i want to call this from a PHP application.

Thanks all,

Ross
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ponchorage
post Jun 14 2005, 05:18
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Try a google search for AKRip. It is command line. Never used it but you might want to check it out. By the way, I did a Google searh for "command line cd ripper" and it was the first thing that came up. smile.gif

Edit: However, it probably doesn't do everything you are looking for.

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Jinzora
post Jun 14 2005, 05:20
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Well I guess I'm just google impaired at the moment :-) I had some surgery last week so I guess my pain meds are making me loopy :-)

I'll check it out shortly, thanks for pointing it out...

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post Jun 14 2005, 06:38
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on gnu/linux, "jack" will do what you want.

it's a python script - so perhaps, there is a win32 port/etc.


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post Jun 16 2005, 18:18
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QUOTE (xmixahlx @ Jun 14 2005, 01:38 AM)
on gnu/linux, "jack" will do what you want.

it's a python script - so perhaps, there is a win32 port/etc.


later
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You could probably run it under cygwin
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Jinzora
post Jun 16 2005, 19:39
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Yeah, I was trying to avoid cygwin if I could, we looking for a native app...

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post Sep 13 2005, 19:00
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No new information on that question?
I am searching for a a command line ripper too.
CD to Image (WAV+CUE) would be great but not essential. CD to WAV would be ok too.
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microZ
post Sep 14 2005, 15:12
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A search on "mp3 ripper" in freshmeat.net gave me some results too.
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post Sep 14 2005, 17:29
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If you have NERO installed, you can use the following command lines:
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REM To check what's on the disc
"c:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero\NeroCmd.exe" --discinfo --drivename d
REM Extract the two first tracks
"c:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero\NeroCmd.exe" --read --drivename d --01 "01 - Track.wav" --02 "02 - Track.wav"

I don't think you can rip the entire CD as an image (Goldenhawk has a comercial tool called SNAPSHOT.exe which can do that). I really can't see the point in batching CD ripping, as you in any case will need to manually load and unload the CDs. Audiograbber has a way to automate ripping when you have two CD drives.
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post Sep 14 2005, 19:18
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cdda2wav (one of the cdrtools) is a command-line ripper:
http://www.geoshock.com/cdrtools/
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post Sep 15 2005, 08:12
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QUOTE (microZ @ Sep 14 2005, 03:12 PM)
A search on "mp3 ripper" in freshmeat.net gave me some results too.
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Thanks for the hint.

QUOTE (Speek @ Sep 14 2005, 07:18 PM)
cdda2wav (one of the cdrtools) is a command-line ripper:
http://www.geoshock.com/cdrtools/
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Thanks. Seems to work as I expected.
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