About the last thing that I could do in Windows which I can't do in Ubuntu is MP3Gain post-processing.
In Windows, I was using MAREO. In Linux, RubyRipper can encode to multiple formats (I'm using FLAC and MP3) but it can't carry out other commands like MAREO can. RubyRipper can carry out CLI commands, but only on the WAV files, not on the MP3s.
I want to do some custom MP3Gain post-processing, and I'd like to automate it. Currently I have to do this on the command line, drilling down to each album. Kind of tedious when the full path is:
Call me lazy, but that's a lot of keystrokes. Also I'd like to "set it and forget it" because since the switch I have forgotten to do this manual post-processing on an album or two.Code:/home/music/Music Library/Jamiroquai/High Times: Singles 1992-2006 (Disc 1)
Any suggestions? I know there are lots of scripting tools, but they're intimidating for a newbie like me and I'd also have to customize it, i.e. "drill down in the directory until you get to the MP3s".
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Thread: Scripting MP3Gain on Ubuntu?
2007-06-14, 08:41 #1
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