cdda2ogg is a simple script that uses the icedax <fileprefix> command to extract all audio tracks with the icedax <fileprefix> command and encode them using the ogg123 respective <censored> MP3 encoder. The scripts are not intended to be full-featured music archiving programs, but only for quick storing of few audio data. It does not use databases like CDDB or have any extra features. You may look at icedax if you need them.
ogg123 is provided by the vorbis-tools which needs to be installed separately. See www.ogg.org for more information.
cdda2ogg and cdda2mp3 have predefined values for reading and labeling of the target files. You can overwrite them with following environment variables:
Source device specification to get the data from.
List of track numbers to be read, separated by spaces.
Defines the command to run the cdda2wav program
Miscellaneous options passed to
The encoder program.
Additional options passed to
The base part of the filename of resulting audio files. This can also be specified as the first argument to the script.
See cdda2ogg (cdda2mp3) script file to get the default values
System administrator can also set default values by creating of a shell include file, defining the variables for the POSIX shell, and storing them as /etc/default/cdda2ogg (resp. cdda2mp3).
just stores every track in this device in audiotrackNUMBER.ogg
LIST=1 5 7 cdda2ogg PartsOfBestOfFoo
stores the selected tracks from the default cdrom device as 01-PartsOfBestOfFoo.ogg, 05-PartsOfBestOfFoo.ogg, 07-PartsOfBestOfFoo.ogg.
This manpage describes the program implementation of cdda2ogg as shipped by the cdrkit distribution. See http://alioth.debian.org/projects/debburn/ for details. It is a spinoff from the original program distributed by the cdrtools project. However, the cdrtools developers are not involved in the development of this spinoff and therefore shall not be made responsible for any problem caused by it. Do not try to get support for this program by contacting the original authors.
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This manual page was written by Eduard Bloch ([email protected]) for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.