|RipIt - a command line audio CD ripper|
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One should find all information needed in the manpage, with option -h or in the README file. It might be worth going through the config file an set all options therein.
Testing ripit with no parameters should work:
standard settings will be used in this case. Of course: options are recommended and one can save them with option --save in a config file saved under $HOME/.ripit. Once the config file is created, no need to pass options anymore.
But then the operator won't be able to alter the metadata from Musicbrainz or Freedb.
Here an example using the newly added option --inputdir in
case one has a bunch of sound files (in a directory) that should be
converted to a different format or compression level.
Note that the options for output formats and directories and so on are stated in a config file to keep the example above as short as possible.
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