[LAU] No batch processing on Linux?

Roger gurusonic at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 10:52:32 UTC 2010

On 22/09/10 19:11, Louigi Verona wrote:
> Hey guys!
> Yeah, I am not saying it is anyone's fault and my CLI abilities are 
> very basic. Also, even when I do research such stuff, I forget it 
> quickly. For instance, I remember testing a CLI command to convert 
> photos from one size to another. It was very fast and efficient and I 
> was really convinced that it is much faster than firing up a GUI 
> program. However, when I had to do a similar task some months later, 
> at that moment I had no access to the Internet and I could not 
> remember what command that was and how to use it. So eventually I had 
> to give up.
> Same with file encoding. It does not come up very often, when it does 
> - will I remember the command?
> I will try Gnome SoundConverter, thanks for this GUI suggestion. CLI 
> suggestions are also very welcome, I will try them anyway, of course.
> -- 
> Louigi Verona
> http://www.louigiverona.ru/
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The find command is a neat way to do lots of files also.
$ find . -name "*flac" -exec lame -V0 {} \;

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