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Manual Reference Pages  -  MP3C (1)

NAME

mp3c - convert audio-cds to mp3

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Interactive Use
     Layout
     Keys
Files
Version
Bugs
Maintainer
See Also

SYNOPSIS

mp3c [-i <configfile>] [-b <batchfile> [-t <tmpfile/dir>]] [-d <cdrom-device>] [-v] [-n]

DESCRIPTION

This program is a frontend for every cdripper and mp3-encoder program. It uses CDDB-functionality for converting audio-cds to mp3. It can run in interactive and batch-mode.

OPTIONS

-initfile <file> use alternative configfile

-batchfile <file> run in batch mode and create shell script

-tempfile <file/dir> specify a different directory for tempfiles (ripped-files), if started in batch mode (-b option given)

-device <cdrom-device> use this device (overwrites default-configuration)

-news show which things have been changed in a news version of MP3c.

-version shows version, program and other informations and exits

For detailed help take a look in the README file. Handling of interactive- mode should be obviously.

INTERACTIVE USE

If no options are given on the command line, mp3c will run interactively.

    LAYOUT

Screen is divided into TOC of cd (upper part) and status information (lower part).

    KEYS

The following keys control mp3c in interactive mode:
PgUp, PgDn, up and down cursor, Pos1, End
 

select a track.

Space, Del
 

swap encoding flag

s

swap artist and title

ALT+s

swap artist and title on marked tracks

F1

opens online-help.

F2

opens options menu

F3

encode files

F4

encode actual file

F5

create batch-script

F12

quit program

FILES

Settings will be saved in ~/.mp3crc. You can also use /usr/local/etc/mp3crc. To use another config-file use "-i" switch when calling mp3c.

VERSION

Page was created for V0.31

BUGS

Sometimes there is a "klick" at the beginning of mp3-files, if "on-the-fly" encoding is used together with "encoder 1.02"

MAINTAINER

Matthias Hensler <wsp@gmx.de>

SEE ALSO

cdparanoia(1) cdda2wav(1) mp3info(1)

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LOCAL MP3C (1) 08-Mar-2006

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