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Oops, sorry, my mistake, you need to specify the tracks to rip. I thought it defaulted to the entire cd if you didn't but apparently that is not the case. You can use "1-" to specify the whole cd, so a simple modification should suffice:
I've changed the
-b 192 to
because I've been reading that ogg vorbis is inheritly vbr and specifying a bit rate is a bit pointless.
Specifying a quality setting means that the incoming bit rate is irrelevant.
Obviously this thread is way out of date, but in case anybody else like me Google-stumbles upon it:
I think a script called abcde (an acronym for A Better CD Encoder) might be the best solution for the problem. From apt-cache show:
A frontend program to cdparanoia, wget, cd-discid, id3, and your favorite Ogg/Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Ogg/Speex and/or MPP/MP+(Musepack) encoder (defaults to oggenc). Grabs an entire CD and converts each track to the specified formats and then comments or ID3-tags each file, with one command.
With abcde you can encode several formats with one single command, using a single CD read operation. It also allows you to read and encode while not on the internet, and later query a CDDB server to tag your files.
Works dynamite for me so far. (Although I don't think it will convert FLAC to Vorbis -- Caysho's script looks good for that.)