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cdda2ogg(1)							   cdda2ogg(1)

       cdda2ogg, cdda2mp3 — extract audio CD audio tracks and encode them



       cdda2ogg	 is  a simple script that uses the cdda2wav command to extract
       all audio tracks with the cdda2wav command and encode  them  using  the
       ogg123  respective <censored> MP3 encoder. The scripts are not intended
       to be full-featured music archiving programs, but only for quick	 stor‐
       ing of few audio data.  It does not use databases like CDDB or have any
       extra features. You may look at cdda2wav if you need them.

       ogg123 is provided by the vorbis-tools which needs to be installed sep‐
       arately.	 See for more information.

       cdda2ogg	 and  cdda2mp3 have predefined values for reading and labeling
       of the target files.  You can overwrite them with following environment

       CDDA2WAV	 Defines the command to run the cdda2wav program

		 Miscelaneous options passed to $CDDA2WAV.

       MP_CODER	 The encoder program

		 Additional options passed to $MP_CODER.

		 The base part of the filename of resulting audio files

       See /opt/schily/bin/cdda2ogg (cdda2mp3) files to get the default values

       System administrator can also set default values by creating of a shell
       include file, defining the variables for the POSIX shell,  and  storing
       them as /etc/default/cdda2ogg (resp. cdda2mp3).


       This manual page was written by Eduard Bloch ( for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be  used  by  others).	Permission  is
       granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms
       of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version
       published  by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections,
       no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts.


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