[linux-audio-user] Re: software that can rip indices?

Paul set at pobox.com
Fri Nov 4 21:20:12 EST 2005

"doublehelixer at yahoo.com" <doublehelixer at yahoo.com>, on Fri Nov 04, 2005 [10:44:52 AM] said:
> Small indeed, yes.  It's a large library of SFX for
> audio production.  We own them outright on CD, but if
> we want to aquire individually ripped files (to se up
> a searchable database SFX server) we either have to
> re-purchase them or rip them ourselves.
> Sadly Nero does not appear to support indices.  Also,
> I'm looking at encoding over 6000 individual sounds,
> so I'm really hoping for a linux util that will be
> easily scriptable.
> - Andy


	Im really not sure what you actually want, but
cdparanoia will rip a span defined by any mix of
tracks, time, and sectors. At least according to the
man page...

set at pobox.com

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