Commands tagged ape (3)

  • 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>
    o6291408 · 2009-04-29 10:42:57 0

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    shnsplit -t "%n-%t" -f <cue file> <audio file>
    proudzhu · 2013-11-18 12:22:57 1
  • 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

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