[vorbis] EAC: Ogg-on-the-fly?
amajorel at teaser.fr
Thu Mar 14 02:33:29 PST 2002
On 2002-03-13 22:32 +0100, Erik Fuller wrote:
> > What's EAC?
> Exact Audio Copy may not be the fastest cd ripper, but it sure is the most
> reliable and secure one. (for win32)
> > You can always feed stdin to oggenc and get it's stdout to wherever you
> > want.
> I've heard of this stdin/stdout thing before, and saw it with LAME. How
> exactly does it work? Not as easy as when specifying an input/output file, I
Assuming someprog writes raw 16-bit signed stereo PCM to its
standard output, the following encodes the output of someprog to
foo.ogg, without using any temporary file :
someprog | oggenc -r -o foo.ogg -
For example, to encode track 1 of the audio CD in the drive :
cdparanoia -r 1 - | oggenc -r -o track1.ogg -
Caveat : last time I looked, DOS implemented pipes with temporary
André Majorel <URL:http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/>
std::disclaimer ("Not speaking for my employer");
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