Here’s more than you ever wanted to know about ripping CDs and tagging your audio files on GNU/Linux!

Projects demonstrated in this video:
– K3b:
– Kid3:
– MusicBrainz Picard:
– KIO’s CD Handling:
– Paranoia (GNU/Linux Library):
– GNOME SoundConverter (use with caution!):

My video about KDE Elisa:

I forgot to show SoX, a CLI tool that can convert WAV files to FLAC and verify the results:

Join the Nerd Club:

E-Mail: jacob@nerdonthestreet.com

Nguồn: https://codeigniterbrasil.com

Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://codeigniterbrasil.com/lap-trinh-linux/

9 Comments

djazz

May 14, 2020

abcde but with extra steps.

Reply

AverageYoutubeCommenter

May 14, 2020

you really needed to record an hour long video to see you use software with a gui?

Reply

Brian Buckler

May 14, 2020

Soundjuicer + Clementine. That's all you need bud.

Reply

Corbin Fahy-McLear

May 14, 2020

This was a really excellent video, thank you for taking the time to make it. I found this extremely helpful and informative

Reply

indigowyrm

May 14, 2020

Thanks! I personally like the long form as you explained everything and I've come to learn in the long run that can be better to understand the process and why and if things go wrong

I've seen in other tutorial that you need to install lame for good audio playback in Linux and to uninstall gstreamer1.0-fluendo-mp3 due to codec issues? I'm on KDE neon so don't know if that applies or more of a gnome issue?

Reply

Kelly Goerbig

May 14, 2020

abcde command-line ripper. Grabs track info, art, and tags all from CLI

Reply

t0xicgh0st

May 14, 2020

Keep up the good work.
I watched your custom RTPM server video from start to finish and I get hooked with your channel. I was looking for a channel like yours that uses open source software to produce all the videos and streams. Where I live is hard to implement OpenSource software, not all the people are willing to learn how to use Linux and that's the main reason, even with local Linux user groups.

Reply

Ismael

May 14, 2020

A good artwork source : album art exchange
it has a large library of cd artwork with different sizes.

Reply

phillip martin

May 14, 2020

Dude, you spent way to much time on a super easy task, lol. Just get Grip. It's basically Exact Audio Copy for Linux. It's a all in one ripping, encoding and tagging app and that uses CDParanoia and it's multithreaded (unlike K3b). It has a easy to use gui and the encoded metadata in the finished Flac files can be read on everything.

Reply

Leave a Reply