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#1 2006-04-05 09:28:50

christianpurefoy
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extract / export cd

what's the best program to extract songs off a cd? (and then put them on GTKpod)

basically i want to save the songs onto my computer from cd so i can put them onto my ipod!

thanks!

(ps. i have graveman but that only seems to be for burning cds)

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#2 2006-04-05 09:32:23

DDspeed
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Re: extract / export cd

GRip smile. That's what I use. Very simple interface, support for lame mp3 encoder, oggenc, flac encoding, can fill the tags, etc. My personal favourite.


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#3 2006-04-05 13:30:19

jaboua
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Re: extract / export cd

I prefer Sound-Juicer  smile

You might also want to want to look into banshee and rhythmbox, I belive they can both rip and transfer songs to an ipod.

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#4 2006-04-05 13:47:13

sebcactus
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Re: extract / export cd

If you do not want to use gnome (and install unnecessary dependencies), you may have a look at Asunder (in AUR).

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#5 2006-04-05 14:47:10

christianpurefoy
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Re: extract / export cd

i'm trying out grip... but  I've done pacman -S grip... all fine..

... but then I can't find where to start it?!

"which grip" can't find it... what command executes grip, please? (so I can put it in me' Xfce4 panel)

thanks!

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#6 2006-04-05 15:05:33

christianpurefoy
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Re: extract / export cd

at the moment it just comes up with

/usr/bin/grip (no such file or directory)

thanks

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#7 2006-04-05 15:42:20

Sander
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Re: extract / export cd

try 'pacman -Ql grip' to see which files the package provides. The executable should be listed also.


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#8 2006-04-05 16:06:58

christianpurefoy
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Re: extract / export cd

that seems to have done the trick! thanks!

it's /opt/gnome/bin/grip

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#9 2006-04-05 16:21:32

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Re: extract / export cd

the /opt/*/bin dirs are not added to $PATH by default, afaik. You could add them in /etc/profile, and then add

source /etc/profile

To .xinitrc or something. That's what I did smile[/code]


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#10 2006-04-05 16:44:57

sebcactus
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Re: extract / export cd

Sander wrote:

the /opt/*/bin dirs are not added to $PATH by default, afaik. You could add them in /etc/profile, and then add

source /etc/profile

To .xinitrc or something. That's what I did smile[/code]

If gnome is installed, you should have something like gnome.sh in /etc/profile.d/

/etc/profile and all the files in /etc/profile.d/ are normally loaded (I don't know exactly when actually). You don't have to load them explicitely.

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#11 2006-04-05 18:01:35

Sander
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Re: extract / export cd

marmotte wrote:
Sander wrote:

the /opt/*/bin dirs are not added to $PATH by default, afaik. You could add them in /etc/profile, and then add

source /etc/profile

To .xinitrc or something. That's what I did smile[/code]

If gnome is installed, you should have something like gnome.sh in /etc/profile.d/

/etc/profile and all the files in /etc/profile.d/ are normally loaded (I don't know exactly when actually). You don't have to load them explicitely.

hmm, I do, apparently...


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#12 2006-04-05 20:59:00

jaboua
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Re: extract / export cd

marmotte wrote:
Sander wrote:

the /opt/*/bin dirs are not added to $PATH by default, afaik. You could add them in /etc/profile, and then add

source /etc/profile

To .xinitrc or something. That's what I did smile[/code]

If gnome is installed, you should have something like gnome.sh in /etc/profile.d/

/etc/profile and all the files in /etc/profile.d/ are normally loaded (I don't know exactly when actually). You don't have to load them explicitely.

They are loaded when you log in or they can be loaded manually ("source /etc/profile" - but then the path is only loaded in the terminal you run the command...)

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#13 2006-04-06 18:43:29

christianpurefoy
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Re: extract / export cd

í don't seem to be able to extract using grip...?!?!

it worked perfectly with a CD which i had burnt mp4 files, but as soon as i put my tom waits CD in (or any other 'proper' audio CD) Grip just doesn't see the Cd (an dwhile I'm on it- neither does xmms...)

any ideas, seeing as i'd like to get my rather large cd collection onto my ipod before i leave in few days... please!?!?

thanks

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