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[Discuss] Ripping Audio Cd then copying to Android

On 01/12/2013 11:08 AM, John Abreau wrote:
> I've always used Grip to rip my CDs to WAV files, mainly because it
> automatically fetches the CDDB data  and saves it in a text file.
> I store each ripped album on my file server, one directory per disc, with
> the CDDB metadata in a file named CDDB.txt, a 500x500 image of the album's
> cover in a file named COVER.jpg, and optionally a LYRICS.txt file in the
> format from the old UWP lyrics database from the early 1990's.
> I also have some scripts I wrote that generate flac, mp3, and ogg files
> from the wav files, using the CDDB.txt file to set the ID3 info.
> Keeping it all text and commandline-based is intended to "future-proof" the
> data by not locking it into an non-portable, application-specific format. I
> do the same for my photo gallery, video archives, and repository of scanned
> documents.

That's why I use abcde for ripping (A Better Compact Disc Extracter).  I
found it much more flexible than the GUI ones, and I just have to insert
the CD and hit enter a few times in most cases.

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