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14.2 > Audio > abcde (2.9.1)

abcde is a frontend command-line utility (actually, a shell script)
that grabs tracks off an audio CD, encodes them to Ogg Vorbis, MP3,
MP2, FLAC, Opus, Speex, WAV, WavPack, Musepack, AIFF, M4A/AAC, MKA,
Monkey's Audio and/or True Audio formats, and tags them all in one go.

There are many additional features that abcde supports by installing one
or more of these dependencies:

* eyeD3 for tagging MP3 files (default)
* id3v2 for tagging MP3 files (with ID3TAGV=id3v2.3)
* id3 for tagging MP3 files (with ID3TAGV=id3v1)

* twolame for creating MP2 files
* mutagen for tagging MP2 and MP3 files (with ID3TAGV=id3v2.3
and ID3V2=mid3v2)

* musepack-tools for creating Musepack files

* fdkaac for creating M4A/AAC files
* wine for running qaac and fhgaacenc

* mac for creating Monkey's Audio files
* apetag for tagging Monkey's Audio files

* tta for creating True Audio files (default)
* ttaenc for creating True Audio files

* glyr for downloading album art
* mkcue for generating cue sheets for one-album files
* vorbisgain for adjusting the volume of Ogg Vorbis files

Set CDDBMETHOD to "cddb" if you would like to retrieve music metadata and
album art from freedb instead of MusicBrainz.

This requires: cd-discid, perl-MusicBrainz-DiscID, perl-WebService-MusicBrainz

Maintained by: Andreas Voegele
Keywords: abcde,rip,cd,commandline.audio
ChangeLog: abcde

Homepage:
https://abcde.einval.com/wiki/

Source Downloads:
abcde-2.9.1.tar.gz (e5f17e20d01e6c616bbf24bf4352cb9c)

Download SlackBuild:
abcde.tar.gz
abcde.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.2

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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