[vorbis] Ripping CD´s to Ogg Vorbis under Linux
matthew at psychohorse.com
Sun Dec 15 04:45:22 PST 2002
The Kompany had released a freebie called Ogg Ripper, which just might
be what you're looking for:
Hope that is what you're looking for.
On Sun, 2002-12-15 at 04:35, Andreas Karlsson wrote:
> I recently migrated from Windows to Linux. I´ve used Linux quite a bit
> in server-enviroments, but as a desktop I have very little experience.
> I am now looking for a tool to rip CD´s to Ogg with CDDA support. I´ve
> tried KonCD, but it lacks features and is abit buggy.
> Sure, I can use cdparanoia, rename the wav´s to the right names and then
> encode to ogg via oggenc. But since I use X I thought there might be a
> application for this?
> I´ve checked the cdparanoia homepage at xiph.org but all links was
> directed to software that uses mp3, not ogg. Anyone out there who can
> give me a hint?
> Best regards,
> Andreas Karlsson
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