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I was using the soundconverter tool on my main workstation. I've found myself using less and less applications with a GUI; so, I figured I found give it a shot and see if this would satisfy my needs. I've tried to make this tool as intuitive as possible, with sane defaults, and no weird flags.
make install #(as root) # to uninstall make uninstall #(as root)
In order to use this tool, you will need two things installed:
There are no requirements to use a specific shell, but I have not tested on all of them, only ksh and bash.
mp3me -j 8 ./mymusicdir" # convert music files, starting 8 jobs (i.e. threads) mp3me -h # show this help message" mp3me -v # show the version info"
To make this tool simpler, I have made a few assumptions. We only convert to mp3. Files are output in the same folder. We only convert to a constant bitrate (320kbps). We only convert one folder at a time. These are my preferred settings. I'll add some flags in soon to handle other preferences.
This project is licensed under the 3-clause BSD license. (See LICENSE.md) No WAVs were harmed in the making of this tool.