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xmcd2make 2.1

Xmcd2make is a set of tools to increase the productivity of gramofile users.

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  • Last Updated: Aug 24, 2009
  • License: GPL Free
  • OS: Linux
  • Requirements: No special requirements
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xmcd2make is a MP3 & Audio software developed by C R Johnson. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for xmcd2make:

Edit By BS Editor: Gramofile is a groovy tool for the recording of phonograph records, track splitting, and signal processing (removing pops and clicks) with your computer.

Xmcd2make is a set of tools to increase the productivity of gramofile users.

There are 4 tools in the xmcd2make distribution:

xmcdsearch
A script which searches freedb.org for albums and downloads xmcd files.

findtracks
A script which runs the Gramofile track finding tool. It is intended to be used interactivly. It works best with BASh (or any other shell that allows easy command line re-editing.) It is much faster way than using the gramofile curses interface.

xmcdsignalproc
Runs the gramofile track splitting and signal processing functions. It to can also be used on the command line, but mostly is called over and over by the makefiles created by xmcd2make.

xmcd2make
A script which generates a Makefile. Using this makefile, automatic track splitting, signal processig, ogg/mp3 file encoding, shn making, and song naming for entire recored albums can be done with a single command, for example "make ogg".

There are several benefits to this to using make in this way:

You don't have to type in song names (most of the time). Song titles can be taken from the xmcd files found on freedb.org.

If you build all your ogg files, and need to change the timing of one of them, all you do is edit the tracks file and run make. Only that 1 file is re-split, processed,and encoded.

If you have a dual processor system 'make -j2' will background 2 jobs at a time and fully load both CPUs (at least on Linux with a 2.4 kernel) and split,process, and encode many oggs/mp3s twice as fast.

Filters can be applied on a per-track basis.
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