music collection to ogg vorbis ?
jason-gaRZxGPHtpBxZtjKW1aY+1aTQe2KTcn/ at public.gmane.org
Fri Dec 19 02:12:52 UTC 2003
I am currently using a rimps server in my house to serve all my mp3's
and ogg files via a web interface. works great. You can edit the tags,
delete, upload, create playlists ETC, all remotely. User access can be
restricted to just playing & searches so content cannot be accidentally
removed. My kids love it, as all their favourite singers or groups are
available anywhere in the house, even outside via wireless.
current is 3b3
I use my browser to access the server then the steams open in my choice
of player. ( xmms of course )
Definitely good use for an old pc.
Oliver Meyn wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-12-17 at 11:50, Taavi Burns wrote:
>>On Wed, Dec 17, 2003 at 11:42:43AM -0500, Lloyd Budd wrote:
>>>What is an efficient way to achieve the ripping (+tag) under Linux?
>>IIRC grip will snag disc info from freedb and rip with your choice
>>of filename and filled out ID3 tag, direclty to your favourite
>>format for which there exists a CLI encoder.
> If you have a big enough collection to warrant it, the grip guy has also
> written ddj which is a dbase frontend for all the info grip (optionally)
> sticks into a mysql dbase. It's missing some key features (eg text
> search) but it'll do til I write my own :) Note it also allows you to
> pick your favourite command line player.
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