The One Ripper is a program for ripping and encoding MP3 files from CDs. It has many advanced features, including background encoding, as well as queuing of files to be encoded, ID3v1 and ID3v2 tagging, CDDB for track naming, easy renaming of tracks from CDDB (to make dealing with multi-artist CDs easier), flexible file naming, a choice of multiple encoders (LAME, Oggenc, BladeEnc, and Gogo), and a choice of multiple rippers (cdparanoia, cdda2wav, and dagrab). It includes some MP3 utilites for stripping ID3v1 & ID3v2 tags, retagging files based upon file name, and creating band & album directories & playlists.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Ripping|
Release Notes: A new ability to pass any flags you want to the encoder, an option to allow the user to convert all the spaces in a file name to underscores, a new ability to enter a year for a CD, more support for Ogg and the Ogg Bitrate & Quality flags, and tons of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Added tools to handle remixes and soundtracks. Added type - which is placed in the id3v2 tag (TMED) - and remixer (TPE4). Added rules for putting type or remixer into the file name, and added a new type of filename rules. Also added a utility called id3retag, and another called id3musicdir. Removed the dependancy on Mail::Internet and Mail::Header.
Release Notes: Bugs relating to Tagged 0.30 and others have been fixed.Multipe warnings have been removed. An external id3 stripping tool named id3strip has been added.
Release Notes: Caching of cddb lookups and manual namings were added. Configuration options were moved to their own menu. The ability to choose if wav files are deleted after encoding was added.
Release Notes: Fixes for gogo support, a bug where it cannot rip tracks if set to use CDDB, and the user cannot connect to CDDB, or if CDDB cannot find the track, a bug when the CD is not found or when system cannot connect to CDDB it gives the same message, and a bug where you cannot use the '~' in any part of your working directory.