Recursively convert all APE to FLAC

for f in */*.ape; do avconv -i "$f" "${f%.ape}.flac"; done
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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By: qdrizh
2014-10-10 12:33:00

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