cdmp3 uses cdparanoia or cdda2wav to extract single tracks or even a whole CD, and converts them on-the-fly into MP3 or Ogg Vorbis files. Using the CDDB database, it is possible to include information like the artist's name or the track's title into the file name or as meta tags in the file content.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release is now a Perl script and has native CDDB support. New filename formatting patterns were added (these also are really printf-like now), a CDDB-fetch-only mode was integrated, and command-line arguments have been made more flexible.
Release Notes: This release fixes the help message, no longer writes empty metatags, and resets the file name pattern if the CDDB lookup fails.
Release Notes: This release adds user-defined encoding bitrates, meta tag (ID3) support, M3U playlist support, support for the bfr utility, cdda2wav support, Ogg Vorbis support, file name pattern support, and fixes the handling of cddb entries containing '/'.
Release Notes: CDDB support.
Release Notes: The program was translated into English.