mp32ogg is a Perl script to convert MP3 files into Ogg Vorbis format. It is able to read ID3 tags from MP3 files and correctly tag the Ogg files, as well as optionally rename them based on those tags.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: mp32ogg now uses the more popular format for comment tagging. This release adds support for Winamp genres, and fixes the license in the output. It also now does a check to make sure the ogg isn't corrupt (at least as far as it can tell). The biggest change is the new quality-setting code in oggenc that is now used instead of the the old bitrate code.
Release Notes: Special characters in filenames and in the ID3 info are now properly escaped. The perl module String::ShellQuote is now required.
Release Notes: This release is under the Artistic License, tags year and genre information, and also tags oggs with a special "transcoded" tag per request of the Ogg/Vorbis team.
Release Notes: A typo bug has been fixed. The artist will probably be wrong for anything converted with 0.8.
Release Notes: This version was fixed to work with oggenc 1.0RC2.