Commands tagged flac (12)

  • Uses ffmpeg to convert all that annoying .FLAC files to MP3 files keeping all the Artist's information in them. There's not much more to it. Show Sample Output


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    find . -name "*.flac" -exec ffmpeg -i {} -ab 160k -map_metadata 0 -id3v2_version 3 {}.mp3 \;
    gustavohmsilva · 2016-06-28 19:35:06 0
  • Make it better.


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    for i in *.flac; do flac -d -c "${i}" |lame -h --preset 196 --ta "Artist Here" --tl "Disc Title Here" --add-id3v2 - "./MP3/$i.mp3"; done
    arlequin · 2016-04-06 13:39:52 0
  • Converts all monkey audio files below currently directory to FLAC. For only current directory, use `for f in *.ape; do avconv -i "$f" "${f%.ape}.flac"; done` To remove APE files afterward, use `rm */*.ape`


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    for f in */*.ape; do avconv -i "$f" "${f%.ape}.flac"; done
    qdrizh · 2014-10-10 12:33:00 0
  • Sometimes I get FLAC files that RhythmBox can't play but VLC can. So I re-encode them using GStreamer at highest compression.


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    find . -type f -iname '*.flac' | while read i; do mv -- "$i" "$i.tmp"; gst-launch filesrc location="$i.tmp" ! flacdec ! flacenc quality=8 ! filesink location="${i%.tmp}"; rm -- "$i.tmp"; done
    qdrizh · 2014-07-10 19:21:22 0

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    shnsplit -t "%n-%t" -f <cue file> <audio file>
    proudzhu · 2013-11-18 12:22:57 1
  • You'll need to install sox and flac packages in Debian/Ubuntu.


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    rec -c 2 -r 44100 -s -t wav - | flac - --sign=signed --channels=2 --endian=big --sample-rate=44100 --bps=16 -f -o file.flac
    bohwaz · 2011-08-30 03:14:32 0

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    for f in *;do flac -cd $f |lame -b 192 - $f.mp3;done
    nickleus · 2010-10-19 07:55:11 0
  • find . -type f -iname '*.flac' # searches from the current folder recursively for .flac audio files | # the output (a .flac audio files with relative path from ./ ) is piped to while read FILE; do FILENAME="${FILE%.*}"; flac -cd "$FILE" | lame -b 192 - "${FILENAME}.mp3"; done # for each line on the list: # FILE gets the file with .flac extension and relative path # FILENAME gets FILE without the .flac extension # run flac for that FILE with output piped to lame conversion to mp3 using 192Kb bitrate Show Sample Output


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    find . -type f -iname '*.flac' | while read FILE; do FILENAME="${FILE%.*}"; flac -cd "$FILE" | lame -b 192 - "${FILENAME}.mp3"; done
    paulochf · 2010-08-15 19:02:19 0
  • Takes all .flac directories, feeds them into a simple transcode pipeline to spit out .wavs with the same name (but correct extension).


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    for i in *.flac; do gst-launch filesrc location="$i" ! flacdec ! wavenc ! filesink location="${i%.flac}.wav"; done
    JamesHarrison · 2010-07-17 22:48:22 0

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    for file in *.flac; do flac -cd "$file" | lame -q 0 --vbr-new -V 0 - "${file%.flac}.mp3"; done
    irae · 2010-04-11 05:35:06 2
  • if you haven't already done so, install lame and flac: sudo apt-get install lame flac Show Sample Output


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    flac -cd input.flac |lame -h - output.mp3
    nickleus · 2010-03-05 23:54:21 1
  • Do you have an entire album in a unique file and want to split it in individual tracks? If you also have the cue file you can do it! Packages for Debian-based systems users: * cuetools shntool * FLAC (.flac): flac * WavPack (.wv): wavpack * Monkey's Audio (.ape): libmac2 monkeys-audio (deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid main) NOTE: "sid" packages are unstable, but I didn't have problems with them. If you prefer, use the "stable" version repository. To transfer the tags, you can use this (works with .flac, .ogg and .mp3): cuetag sample.cue split-track*.flac Show Sample Output


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    cuebreakpoints <cue file> | shnsplit -o <lossless audio type> <audio file>
    cammarin · 2009-04-29 10:42:57 0

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