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Re: [linux] Recommendation on MP3 ripper for Audio Books

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  • Ajay
    ... uumm... did I mention that I want my (10 yr old) kid to be able to use it? PS: Will try k3b, thanks Al. Ajay
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 8, 2009
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      On Sep 6, 2009, at 3:31 PM, Michael Kjorling wrote:

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      > On 6 Sep 2009 00:15 -0400, by sink@... (Ajay):
      >> What do you use for ripping CDs
      >
      > 'cdparanoia' followed by 'flac'.
      >
      >> to mp3?
      >
      > You are making an incorrect assumption that I wish to store the ripped
      > audio CD tracks as MP3 files.
      >
      > For transcoding to MP3, I use 'flac -c -d $filename | lame -b ... -
      > $filename.mp3', where '...' is the desired bitrate.
      >
      >> Have you used it for Audio books?
      >
      > No.
      >
      >> Can you specify a file name pattern in your ripping software?
      >> Can you specify a Tag Name pattern?
      >
      > Not that I know of. However, it's trivial to rename files after they
      > have been created.

      uumm... did I mention that I want my (10 yr old) kid to be able to use
      it?

      PS: Will try k3b, thanks Al.

      Ajay
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