DaemonRip runs as a Unix daemon and polls a CD drive to see if an audio CD is inserted. When an audio CD is detected, it will automatically connect to a CDDB server to determine the name, artists, and tracks of the CD, and begin to rip and encode the CD using your preferred ripping and encoding applications. When finished ripping the disc, it will be ejected from the drive, allowing you to insert a new one to continue the process. No other user interaction is required. This application also keeps statistics about your ripping and encoding times, and logs all of the actions to a log file.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Extra samples were added to the daemonrip.conf file. A problem was fixed where when stopping the daemon it had to wait for the existing sub process to finish prior to stopping the main daemon. A directory flag was added to the ripping program so that it knows where to save the files to. A problem was fixed where the genre replacement in the encoder line was not implemented correctly. %g now works correctly.
No changes have been submitted for this release.