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    FLAC/OGG Ripping

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    I would like to know how to rip a CD into FLAC and OGG formats at one time (meaning I press a rip button and it rips the songs into wav format and then compress the songs into FLAC and OGG files and then erases the wav file). Any one know how to do this and what program(s) or scripts would allow for this?

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    Hmm... I'll look at this more later, but I think to save on disk space, I'd rip to wav, encode flac, delete wav, go from flac to ogg.

    Might wanna check out abcde.

    I'll look at this some more later though.

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    why not use sound-juicer ?
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    From what I can see sound-juicer only outputs one file type at a time, meaning he'd have to rip each cd twice (don't have it installed).

    After getting a chance to look at abcde it looks like it should be able to do what you want, but I haven't tried it myself. You'll hve to do some intitial configuration, but it should just be run and go after that.

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    It looks like I'll either need to write a shell script (which I suck at) or simply rip to wav, encode to FLAC, delete the wav, then encode to OGG later. I just wanted to cut down on the amount of time I'm spending ripping and encoding CDs to FLAC and OGG (automation isn't always a bad thing).

    Thanks for the suggestions. I'll have to look at them a bit more before I make a final decision.

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    I've seen a bunch of scripts for using rip for ripping and encodin. I think it would be trivial to alter one of this to add an extra step and encode to Flacc. I'll see if I can dig up one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stryder144
    All,

    I would like to know how to rip a CD into FLAC and OGG formats at one time (meaning I press a rip button and it rips the songs into wav format and then compress the songs into FLAC and OGG files and then erases the wav file). Any one know how to do this and what program(s) or scripts would allow for this?

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    Could be quite possible to set up a gstreamer pipeline to do this as well. Unfortunately I'm not familiar enough with using gst from the command line, otherwise I'd give you the syntax.
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