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79c8f4d0 1.TH abcde 1
c9c2ca27 2.SH NAME
99d009fa 3abcde \- Grab an entire CD and compress it to Ogg/Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Ogg/Speex and/or MPP/MP+(Musepack) format.
c9c2ca27 4.SH SYNOPSIS
5.B abcde
6.I [options] [tracks]
7.SH DESCRIPTION
8Ordinarily, the process of grabbing the data off a CD and encoding it, then
9tagging or commenting it, is very involved.
10.BR abcde
11is designed to automate this. It will take an entire CD and convert it into
12a compressed audio format - Ogg/Vorbis, MPEG Audio Layer III, Free Lossless
99d009fa 13Audio Codec (FLAC), Ogg/Speex or MPP/MP+(Musepack). With one command, it will:
c9c2ca27 14.TP
15.B *
16Do a CDDB query over the Internet to look up your CD or use a locally stored CDDB entry
17.TP
18.B *
6fba8f12 19Grab an audio track (or all the audio CD tracks) from your CD
c9c2ca27 20.TP
21.B *
6fba8f12 22Normalize the volume of the individual file (or the album as a single unit)
c9c2ca27 23.TP
24.B *
6fba8f12 25Compress to Ogg/Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Ogg/Speex and/or MPP/MP+(Musepack) format(s), all in one CD read
c9c2ca27 26.TP
27.B *
6fba8f12 28Comment or ID3/ID3v2 tag
29.TP
30.B *
31Give an intelligible filename
32.TP
33.B *
34Calculate replaygain values for the individual file (or the album as a single unit)
c9c2ca27 35.TP
36.B *
37Delete the intermediate WAV file (or save it for later use)
38.TP
39.B *
40Repeat until finished
41.SH OPTIONS
42.TP
43.B \-1
44Encode the whole CD in a single file. The resulting file uses the CD title
1b94d6b7 45for tagging. If the resulting format is a flac file with an embeded cuesheet,
46the file can be used as a source for creating other formats.
c9c2ca27 47.TP
48.B \-a [actions]
49Comma-delimited list of actions to perform. Can be one or more of:
6fba8f12 50cddb, read, normalize, encode, tag, move, replaygain, playlist, clean. Normalize
c9c2ca27 51and encode imply read. Tag implies cddb, read, encode. Move implies
6fba8f12 52cddb, read, encode, tag. Replaygain implies cddb, read, encode, tag and move.
53Playlist implies cddb. The default is to do all actions except normalize,
54replaygain and playlist.
c9c2ca27 55.TP
56.B \-b
0709e644 57Enable batch mode normalization. See the BATCHNORM configuration variable.
c9c2ca27 58.TP
6fba8f12 59.B \-B
60Disable batch mode replaygain. It processes file by file to add the replaygain
89d883d6 61information. See the NOBATCHREPLAYGAIN configuration variable.
6fba8f12 62.TP
c9c2ca27 63.B \-c [filename]
64Specifies an additional configuration file to parse. Configuration options
65in this file override those in /etc/abcde.conf or $HOME/.abcde.conf.
66.TP
67.B \-C [discid]
68Allows you to resume a session for
69.I discid
70when you no longer have the CD available (abcde will automatically resume if
71you still have the CD in the drive). You must have already finished at
72least the "read" action during the previous session.
73.TP
1b94d6b7 74.B \-d [devicename | filename]
75CD\-ROM block device that contains audio tracks to be read. Alternatively, a
76single-track flac file with embeded cuesheet.
c9c2ca27 77.TP
78.B \-D
79Capture debugging information (you'll want to redirect this \- try 'abcde \-D
802>logfile')
81.TP
0709e644 82.B \-e
83Erase information about encoded tracks from the internal status file, to enable
84other encodings if the wav files have been kept.
85.TP
86.B \-g
87Enable lame's \-\-nogap option. See the NOGAP variable. WARNING: lame's
88\-\-nogap disables the Xing mp3 tag. This tag is required for mp3 players to
89correctly display track lengths when playing variable-bit-rate mp3 files.
90.TP
81bc6204 91.B \-h
92Get help information.
04609998 93.TP
c9c2ca27 94.B \-j [number]
95Start [number] encoder processes at once. Useful for SMP systems. Overrides
96the MAXPROCS configuration variable. Set it to "0" when using distmp3 to avoid
97local encoding processes.
98.TP
99.B \-k
100Keep the wav files after encoding.
101.TP
102.B \-l
103Use the low-diskspace algorithm. See the LOWDISK configuration variable.
104.TP
105.B \-L
106Use a local CDDB repository. See CDDBLOCALDIR variable.
107.TP
81bc6204 108.B \-n
c9c2ca27 109Do not query CDDB database. Create and use a template. Edit the template to
110provide song names, artist(s), ...
111.TP
81bc6204 112.B \-N
c9c2ca27 113Non interactive mode. Do not ask anything from the user. Just go ahead.
114.TP
81bc6204 115.B \-m
c9c2ca27 116Create DOS-style playlists, modifying the resulting one by adding CRLF line
117endings. Some hardware players insist on having those to work.
118.TP
6119aaa1 119.B \-M
120Create a CUE file with information about the CD. Together with the possibility
121of creating a single file (see option "\-1"), one can recreate the original CD.
1b94d6b7 122If the cuesheet is embeded in a flac single file it can be used as source for
123encoding other formats.
6119aaa1 124.TP
24f444d7 125.B \-o [filetype][:filetypeoptions]
6fba8f12 126Select output type. Can be "vorbis" (or "ogg"), "mp3", "flac", "spx", "mpc" or
127"wav". Specify a comma-delimited list of output types to obtain all specified
128types. See the OUTPUTTYPE configuration variable. One can pass options to the
129encoder for a specific filetype on the command line separating them with a
130colon. The options must be escaped with double-quotes.
c9c2ca27 131.TP
132.B \-p
133Pads track numbers with 0\'s.
134.TP
135.B \-r [hosts...]
136Remote encode on this comma-delimited list of machines using distmp3. See
137the REMOTEHOSTS configuration variable.
138.TP
411ef0b0 139.B \-s [fields...]
140List, separated by comas, the fields to be shown in the CDDB parsed entries.
141Right now it only uses "year" and "genre".
142.TP
c9c2ca27 143.B \-S [speed]
144Set the speed of the CD drive. Needs CDSPEED and CDSPEEDOPTS set properly
145and both the program and device must support the capability.
146.TP
79e3928b 147.B \-t [number]
148Start the numbering of the tracks at a given number. It only affects the
149filenames and the playlist. Internal (tag) numbering remains the same.
150.TP
151.B \-T [number]
152Same as \-t but changes also the internal (tag) numbering. Keep in mind that
153the default TRACK tag for MP3 is $T/$TRACKS so it is changed to simply $T.
154.TP
cdbd4cc8 155.B \-u
156Set CDDBPROTOCOL to version 6, so that we retrieve UTF-8 encoded CDDB
157information, and we tag and add comments with a proper encoding. This flag will
158be removed and -U will be added to set it to version 5 once version 6 becomes
159the default.
160.TP
c9c2ca27 161.B \-v
162Show the version and exit
163.TP
164.B \-V
165Be a bit more verbose. On slow networks the CDDB requests might give the
166sensation nothins is happening.
167.TP
168.B \-x
169Eject the CD when all tracks have been read. See the EJECTCD configuration
170variable.
171.TP
81bc6204 172.B \-w [comment]
173Add a comment to the tracks ripped from the CD.
174.TP
175.B \-W [number]
176Concatenate CD\'s. It uses the number provided to define a comment "CD #" and
177to modify the numbering of the tracks, starting with "#01".
c9c2ca27 178.TP
fd37d8dd 179.B \-z
180DEBUG mode: it will rip, using cdparanoia, the very first second of each track
181and proceed with the actions requested very quickly, also providing some
182"hidden" information about what happens on the background. CAUTION: IT WILL
183ERASE ANY EXISTING RIPS WITHOUT WARNING!
184.TP
c9c2ca27 185.B [tracks]
186A list of tracks you want abcde to process. If this isn't specified, abcde
187will process the entire CD. Accepts ranges of track numbers -
188"abcde 1-5 7 9" will process tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 9.
189.SH OUTPUT
190Each track is, by default, placed in a separate file named after the track
9f659ada 191in a subdirectory named after the artist under the current directory.
c9c2ca27 192This can be modified using the OUTPUTFORMAT and VAOUTPUTFORMAT
9f659ada 193variables in your abcde.conf. Each file is given an extension identifying
6fba8f12 194its compression format, 'vorbis' for '.ogg', '.mp3', '.flac', '.spx', '.mpc', or '.wav'.
c9c2ca27 195.SH CONFIGURATION
196abcde sources two configuration files on startup - /etc/abcde.conf and
197$HOME/.abcde.conf, in that order.
198.TP
6119aaa1 199The configuration options stated on those files can ba overriden by providing
200the appropiate flags at runtime.
201.TP
c9c2ca27 202The configuration variables have to be set as follows:
203.TP
204.B VARIABLE=value
c9c2ca27 205Except when "value" needs to be quoted or otherwise interpreted. If other
206variables within "value" are to be expanded upon reading the configuration
207file, then double quotes should be used. If they are only supposed to be
208expanded upon use (for example OUTPUTFORMAT) then single quotes must be used.
209.TP
210All sh escaping/quoting rules apply.
211.TP
212Here is a list of options abcde recognizes:
213.TP
214.B CDDBURL
215Specifies a server to use for CDDB lookups.
216.TP
81bc6204 217.B HELLOINFO
218Specifies the Hello information to send to the CDDB server. The CDDB
219protocol requires you to send a valid username and hostname each time you
220connect. The format of this is username@hostname.
221.TP
222.B CDDBLOCALDIR
223Specifies a directory where we store a local CDDB repository. The entries must
224be standard CDDB entries, with the filename being the DISCID value. Other
225CD playing and ripping programs (like Grip) store the entries under ~/.cddb
226and we can make use of those entries.
227.TP
228.B CDDBCOPYLOCAL
229Store local copies of the CDDB entries under the $CDDBLOCALDIR directory.
230.TP
231.B CDDBUSELOCAL
232Actually use the stored copies of the CDDB entries. Can be overriden using the
233"-L" flag (if is CDDBUSELOCAL in "n"). If an entry is found, we always give
234the choice of retrieving a CDDB entry from the internet.
235.TP
9ff5088c 236.B SHOWCDDBFIELDS
237Coma-separated list of fields we want to parse during the CDDB parsing.
238Defaults to "year,genre".
239.TP
c9c2ca27 240.B OGGENCODERSYNTAX
241Specifies the style of encoder to use for the Ogg/Vorbis encoder. Valid options
242are \'oggenc\' (default for Ogg/Vorbis) and \'vorbize\'.
243This affects the default location of the binary,
244the variable to pick encoder command-line options from, and where the options
245are given.
246.TP
247.B MP3ENCODERSYNTAX
248Specifies the style of encoder to use for the MP3 encoder. Valid options are
249\'lame\' (default for MP3), \'gogo\', \'bladeenc\', \'l3enc\' and \'mp3enc\'.
250Affects the same way as explained above for Ogg/Vorbis.
251.TP
252.B FLACENCODERSYNTAX
253Specifies the style of encoder to use for the FLAC encoder. At this point only
254\'flac\' is available for FLAC encoding.
255.TP
256.B SPEEXENCODERSYNTAX
257Specifies the style of encoder to use for Speex encoder. At this point only
258\'speexenc\' is available for Ogg/Speex encoding.
259.TP
99d009fa 260.B MPPENCODERSYNTAX
261Specifies the style of encoder to use for MPP/MP+ (Musepack) encoder. At this
262point we only have \'mppenc\' available, from corecodecs.org.
263.TP
c9c2ca27 264.B NORMALIZERSYNTAX
265Specifies the style of normalizer to use. Valid options are \'default\'
81bc6204 266and \'normalize'\ (and both run \'normalize-audio\'), since we only support it,
267ATM.
c9c2ca27 268.TP
81bc6204 269.B CDROMREADERSYNTAX
1b94d6b7 270Specifies the style of cdrom reader to use. Valid options are \'cdparanoia\',
271\'debug\' and \'flac\'. It is used for querying the CDROM and obtain a list of
272valid tracks and DATA tracks. The special \'flac\' case is used to "rip" CD
273tracks from a single-track flac file.
c9c2ca27 274.TP
f00ed3e7 275.B CUEREADERSYNTAX
276Specifies the syntax of the program we use to read the CD CUE sheet. Right now
277we only support \'mkcue\', but in the future other readers might be used.
278.TP
81bc6204 279.B KEEPWAVS
280It defaults to no, so if you want to keep those wavs ripped from your CD,
281set it to "y". You can use the "-k" switch in the command line. The default
6fba8f12 282behaviour with KEEPWAVS set is to keep the temporary directory and the wav
81bc6204 283files even you have requested the "clean" action.
c9c2ca27 284.TP
81bc6204 285.B PADTRACKS
286If set to "y", it adds 0's to the file numbers to complete a two-number
65f3ebb1 287holder. Useful when encoding tracks 1-9.
c9c2ca27 288.TP
81bc6204 289.B INTERACTIVE
290Set to "n" if you want to perform automatic rips, without user intervention.
291.TP
292.B NICE VALUES
293Define the values for priorities (nice values) for the different CPU-hungry
294processes: encoding (ENCNICE), CDROM read (READNICE) and distributed encoder
295with distmp3 (DISTMP3NICE).
296.TP
297.B PATHNAMES
298The following configuration file options specify the pathnames of their
c1bbe6c3 299respective utilities: LAME, TOOLAME, GOGO, BLADEENC, L3ENC, XINGMP3ENC, MP3ENC,
cb414c1e 300VORBIZE, OGGENC, FLAC, SPEEXENC, MPPENC, ID3, ID3V2, EYED3, METAFLAC,
301CDPARANOIA, CDDA2WAV, CDDAFS, CDDISCID, CDDBTOOL, EJECT, MD5SUM, DISTMP3,
302VORBISCOMMENT, NORMALIZE, CDSPEED, MP3GAIN, VORBISGAIN, MPPGAIN, MKCUE, MKTOC,
303DIFF and HTTPGET.
81bc6204 304.TP
305.B COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS
c1bbe6c3 306If you wish to specify command-line options to any of the programs abcde uses,
307set the following configuration file options: LAMEOPTS, TOOLAMEOPTS, GOGOOPTS,
81bc6204 308BLADEENCOPTS, L3ENCOPTS, XINGMP3ENCOPTS, MP3ENCOPTS, VORBIZEOPTS, OGGENCOPTS,
309FLACOPTS, SPEEXENCOPTS, MPPENCOPTS, ID3OPTS, ID3V2OPTS, CDPARANOIAOPTS,
310CDDA2WAVOPTS, CDDAFSOPTS, CDDBTOOLOPTS, EJECTOPTS, DISTMP3OPTS, NORMALIZEOPTS,
cb414c1e 311CDSPEEDOPTS, MKCUEOPTS, VORBISCOMMMENTOPTS, METAFLACOPTS, DIFFOPTS and
c1bbe6c3 312HTTPGETOPTS.
81bc6204 313.TP
314.B CDSPEEDVALUE
315Set the value of the CDROM speed. The default is to read the disc as fast as
316the reading program and the system permits. The steps are defined as 150kB/s
317(1x).
318.TP
319.B ACTIONS
320The default actions to be performed when reading a disc.
321.TP
322.B CDROM
323If set, it points to the CD-Rom device which has to be used for audio
1b94d6b7 324extraction. Abcde tries to guess the right device, but it may fail. The special
325\'flac\' option is defined to extract tracks from a single-track flac file.
c9c2ca27 326.TP
c008b56d 327.B CDPARANOIACDROMBUS
328Defined as "d" when using cdparanoia with an IDE bus and as "g" when using
329cdparanoia with the ide-scsi emulation layer.
330.TP
c9c2ca27 331.B OUTPUTDIR
332Specifies the directory to place completed tracks/playlists in.
333.TP
334.B WAVOUTPUTDIR
335Specifies the temporary directory to store .wav files in. Abcde may use up
336to 700MB of temporary space for each session (although it is rare to use
337over 100MB for a machine that can encode music as fast as it can read it).
338.TP
c9c2ca27 339.B OUTPUTTYPE
340Specifies the encoding format to output, as well as the default extension and
b82e2042 341encoder. Defaults to "vorbis". Valid settings are "vorbis" (or "ogg")
342(Ogg/Vorbis), "mp3" (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III), "flac" (Free Lossless Audio
6fba8f12 343Codec), "spx" (Ogg/Speex), "mpc" (MPP/MP+ (Musepack)) or "wav" (Microsoft
344Waveform). Values like "vorbis,mp3" encode the tracks in both Ogg/Vorbis and
345MP3 formats.
81bc6204 346.br
c9c2ca27 347For each value in OUTPUTTYPE, abcde expands a different process for encoding,
348tagging and moving, so you can use the format placeholder, OUTPUT, to create
349different subdirectories to hold the different types. The variable OUTPUT will
b82e2042 350be 'vorbis', 'mp3', 'flac', 'spx' and/or 'mpc', depending on the OUTPUTTYPE you define.
c9c2ca27 351For example
81bc6204 352.br
c9c2ca27 353OUTPUTFORMAT='${OUTPUT}/${ARTISTFILE}/${ALBUMFILE}/${TRACKNUM}._${TRACKFILE}'
354.TP
81bc6204 355.B OUTPUTFORMAT
356Specifies the format for completed Ogg/Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Ogg/Speex or MPP/MP+
357(Musepack) filenames.
358Variables are included
359using standard shell syntax. Allowed variables are GENRE, ALBUMFILE, ARTISTFILE,
360TRACKFILE, TRACKNUM, and YEAR. Default is
361\'${ARTISTFILE}-${ALBUMFILE}/${TRACKNUM}-${TRACKFILE}\'.
362Make sure to use single quotes around this variable. TRACKNUM is
363automatically zero-padded, when the number of encoded tracks is higher than
3649. When lower, you can force with '-p' in the command line.
365.TP
c9c2ca27 366.B VAOUTPUTFORMAT
367Just like OUTPUTFORMAT but for Various Artists discs. Default is whatever
368OUTPUTFORMAT is set to.
369.TP
c9c2ca27 370.B MAXPROCS
371Defines how many encoders to run at once. This makes for huge speedups
372on SMP systems. You should run one encoder per CPU at once for maximum
373efficiency, although more doesn't hurt very much. Set it "0" when using
374mp3dist to avoid getting encoding processes in the local host.
375.TP
376.B LOWDISK
377If set to y, conserves disk space by encoding tracks immediately after
378reading them. This is substantially slower than normal operation but
379requires several hundred MB less space to complete the encoding of an
380entire CD. Use only if your system is low on space and cannot encode as
381quickly as it can read.
382.TP
0709e644 383.B BATCHNORM
c9c2ca27 384If set to y, enables batch mode normalization, which preserves relative
385volume differences between tracks of an album. Also enables nogap encoding
386when using the \'lame\' encoder.
387.TP
0709e644 388.B NOGAP
389Activate the lame's \-\-nogap option, that allows files found in CDs with no
390silence between songs (such as live concerts) to be encoded without noticeable
391gaps. WARNING: lame's \-\-nogap disables the Xing mp3 tag. This tag is
392required for mp3 players to correctly display track lengths when playing
393variable-bit-rate mp3 files.
394.TP
c9c2ca27 395.B PLAYLISTFORMAT
396Specifies the format for completed playlist filenames. Works like the
397OUTPUTFORMAT configuration variable. Default is
398\'${ARTISTFILE}_\-_${ALBUMFILE}.m3u\'.
399Make sure to use single quotes around this variable.
400.TP
401.B PLAYLISTDATAPREFIX
402Specifies a prefix for filenames within a playlist. Useful for http
403playlists, etc.
404.TP
99d009fa 405.B DOSPLAYLIST
406If set, the resulting playlist will have CR-LF line endings, needed by some
407hardware-based players.
408.TP
c9c2ca27 409.B COMMENT
410Specifies a comment to embed in the ID3 or Ogg comment field of each
411finished track. Can be up to 28 characters long. Supports the same
412syntax as OUTPUTFORMAT. Does not currently support ID3v2.
413.TP
414.B REMOTEHOSTS
415Specifies a comma-delimited list of systems to use for remote encoding using
416distmp3. Equivalent to -r.
417.TP
418.B mungefilename
419mungefilename() is an abcde shell function that can be overridden via
420abcde.conf. It takes CDDB data as $1 and outputs the resulting filename on
421stdout. It defaults to eating control characters, apostrophes and
422question marks, translating spaces and forward slashes to underscores, and
423translating colons to an underscore and a hyphen.
424.br
425If you modify this function, it is probably a good idea to keep the forward
426slash munging (UNIX cannot store a file with a '/' char in it) as well as
427the control character munging (NULs can't be in a filename either, and
428newlines and such in filenames are typically not desirable).
429.TP
7acef70b 430.B mungegenre
431mungegenre () is a shell function used to modify the $GENRE variable. As
432a default action, it takes $GENRE as $1 and outputs the resulting value
433to stdout converting all UPPERCASE characters to lowercase.
434.TP
435.B pre_read
436pre_read () is a shell function which is executed before the CDROM is read
437for the first time, during abcde execution. It can be used to close the CDROM
438tray, to set its speed (via "setcd" or via "eject", if available) and other
439preparation actions. The default function is empty.
440.TP
9ff5088c 441.B post_read
442post_read () is a shell function which is executed after the CDROM is read
443(and, if applies, before the CDROM is ejected). It can be used to read a TOC
444from the CDROM, or to try to read the DATA areas from the CD (if any exist).
445The default function is empty.
446.TP
c9c2ca27 447.B EJECTCD
448If set to "y", abcde will call eject(1) to eject the cdrom from the drive
1b94d6b7 449after all tracks have been read. It has no effect when CDROM is set to a flac
450file.
79e3928b 451.TP
452.B EXTRAVERBOSE
453If set to "y", some operations which are usually now shown to the end user
65f3ebb1 454are visible, such as CDDB queries. Useful for initial debug and if your
79e3928b 455network/CDDB server is slow.
24f444d7 456.SH EXAMPLES
411ef0b0 457Possible ways one can call abcde
24f444d7 458.TP
459.B abcde
460Will work in most systems
461.TP
0709e644 462.B abcde \-d /dev/cdrom2
24f444d7 463If the CDROM you are reding from is not the standard /dev/cdrom (in GNU/Linux systems)
464.TP
0709e644 465.B abcde \-o vorbis,flac
24f444d7 466Will create both Ogg/Vorbis and Ogg/FLAC files.
467.TP
0709e644 468.B abcde \-o vorbis:"-b 192"
24f444d7 469Will pass "-b 192" to the Ogg/Vorbis encoder, without having to modify the
470config file
471.TP
0709e644 472.B abcde \-W 1
1b94d6b7 473For double+ CD settings: will create the 1st CD starting with the track number
474101, and will add a comment "CD 1" to the tracks, the second starting with 201
475and so on.
476.TP
477.B abcde \-d singletrack.flac
478Will extract the files contained in singletrack using the embeded cuesheet.
c9c2ca27 479.SH BACKEND TOOLS
480abcde requires the following backend tools to work:
481.TP
482.B *
99d009fa 483An Ogg/Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Ogg/Speex or MPP/MP+(Musepack) encoder (oggenc, vorbize, lame, gogo, bladeenc, l3enc, mp3enc, flac, speexenc, mppenc)
c9c2ca27 484.TP
485.B *
486An audio CD reading utility (cdparanoia, cdda2wav, dagrab)
487.TP
488.B *
489cd-discid, a CDDB DiscID reading program.
490.TP
491.B *
492An HTTP retrieval program: wget, fetch (FreeBSD) or curl (Mac OS X, among others).
493.TP
494.B *
495(for MP3s) id3 or id3v2, id3 v1 and v2 tagging programs.
496.TP
497.B *
498(optional) distmp3, a client/server for distributed mp3 encoding.
499.TP
500.B *
6fba8f12 501(optional) normalize-audio, a WAV file volume normalizer.
502.TP
503.B *
504(optional) a replaygain file volume modifier (vorbisgain, metaflac, mp3gain),
1b94d6b7 505.TP
506.B *
507(optional) mkcue, a CD cuesheet extractor.
c9c2ca27 508.SH "SEE ALSO"
509.BR cdparanoia (1),
510.BR cdda2wav (1),
511.BR dagrab (1),
72d7162b 512.BR normalize-audio (1),
c9c2ca27 513.BR oggenc (1),
514.BR vorbize (1),
515.BR flac (1),
6fba8f12 516.BR toolame (1),
1b94d6b7 517.BR speexenc (1),
518.BR mppenc (1),
c9c2ca27 519.BR id3 (1),
6fba8f12 520.BR id3v2 (1),
c9c2ca27 521.BR wget (1),
522.BR fetch (1),
523.BR cd-discid (1),
524.BR distmp3 (1),
525.BR distmp3host (1),
6fba8f12 526.BR curl (1),
1b94d6b7 527.BR mkcue (1),
6fba8f12 528.BR vorbisgain (1),
529.BR mp3gain (1)
9f659ada 530.SH AUTHORS
b7f1cc84 531Robert Woodcock <rcw@debian.org>,
532Jesus Climent <jesus.climent@hispalinux.es> and contributions from many others.