|Name : audenc
|Version : 3.3.5
||Vendor : http://Packman_links2linux_de
|Release : 2.6
||Date : 2020-03-17 00:34:40
|Group : Productivity/Multimedia/Sound/Editors and Convertors
||Source RPM : audenc-3.3.5-2.6.src.rpm
|Size : 0.04 MB
|Packager : packman_links2linux_de
|Summary : Batch script for audio encoding
|Description : |
audenc is a small script for encoding audio from one format to another.
Currently, the script supports MP3, AAC (through FAAC or neroAacEnc),
Vorbis, AC3, FLAC and WAV (decoding) output. Automatic tagging, if present
in the original file, is also supported (except for AC3 and WAV output).
The script is intended to be used on directories where you want to re-encode
a given directory with audio files to some other format, so the script does
not accept individual files directly and is in fact a batch script. It can
also be ran under cron to watch a given directory every X minutes so if you
copy tracks to that directory, when cron executes the script, it will encode
and move them over to a given output directory. The script uses a config file,
located in /home/username/.audenc, where the user can set things up (encoding input dir,
output dir, encoder options, paths to the programs, etc). Further, audenc also
accepts the input and output directory as parameters on the command line (which
overwrites the ENCDIR and OUTDIR variables set in the config file).
Since audenc uses MPlayer for decoding to WAV which then gets fed to the chosen
audio encoder, it can also encode audio from video files so you don\'t have to
first manually dump the audio from a video file and then encode it as audenc will
do it for you.
RPM found in directory: /mirror/packman.iu-bremen.de/suse/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/Multimedia/noarch