Release Asunder, a pretty good CD Ripper


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May 7, 2012
神戸市、日本 (Japan)
I just compiled and released Asunder on the repo.

Very easy to use: just plug a CD-drive with an audio CD to rip inside, start Asunder, check the CDDB info (you need to be online for that) to populate the tracks and album information, then choose the type of encoding you want (MP3 or FLAC) in the preferences and clock on the button and you are good to go !

Full features:
- Can save audio tracks as WAV, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Opus, Wavpack, Musepack, AAC, and Monkey's audio files
- Uses CDDB to name and tag each track
- Creates M3U playlists
- Can encode to multiple formats in one session
- Simultaneous rip and encode
- Allows for each track to be by a different artist
- Does not require a specific desktop environment


It should also support OGG but for some reason my Oggenc bin does not seem to work with it while I just freshly compiled it. Who knows.

Anyway, MP3 and FLAC is very functional and works well. Hope this is useful for someone else - I plan to use my Pandora as a CD ripper while I do other things on the side. Since there was no such application I decided to port this one.

Let me know your feedback.
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Have been using this on a laptop for quite some time and been very happy. Thanks for the port! I'd be interested in working ogg encoding, but am already quite happy without.
More Software like this and i need soon no PC anymore.

The Pandora become more usefull and more last Weeks :)
I have some audiobooks and ebooks stored in my PNY 16gb jump drive.

Can I use this with this app on the Pandora?
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