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MP3do is a little (but powerful) bash script that speed-up decoding process from MP3 (or OGG) to WAV or CDR. Finally it can write decoded songs to a CD with cdrecord or cdrdao.
All that you need is a GNU/Linux or similar system, and the following utilities:
This script is born for "console-dependant" users that won't use anymore GUI...
I will never make a GUI, but if you wants to do it... You are welcome! GPL is a GREAT thing!
You can help me simply writing to my e-mail address. You can read the TODO list here.
MP3do -s *.mp3 -TWith this command line you will calculate the sum of all times of all songs in actual dir with mp3 extension
MP3do -f mysongs.txt -T -aThe same as example 1, but songs will be taken from mysongs.txt file. Then it will be checked wheter all songs fits in a CD (if present in the CD-Recorder).
MP3do -s *.mp3 -t wavWith this command line you will convert all files in actual dir with mp3 extension in wav format.
MP3do -s *.mp3 *.ogg -a -wWith this command line you will:
MP3do -s *.mp3 *.ogg -a -w --purgeSame as above, but all converted files will be removed after successful burning process.
MP3do -s *.mp3 *.ogg -a -w cdrdaoSame as example 4. In addition all converted files will be burned with cdrdao using a tocfile named something like cd_N.toc (where N is a number).
MP3do -s *.mp3 *.ogg -a -w cdrdao --toc MyTocFile.toc --purgeSame as above, but tocfile will be named MyTocFile.toc. In addition all converted files will be removed after a successful burning process.