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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Hi mc4man
    I changed the 'other' command to lame i% o%.mp3 - AND IT CRASHED!

    So I've uninstalled it and installed your deb.
    This time it's working fine with command neroAacEnc -q 0.65 -if %i -of "%o".m4a


    There must be something wrong with the v0.5.7-1 that I downloaded from getdeb.
    But the fault won't show unless people use a 'other' codec.

    I've changed the command now to yours from post #35.
    Code:
    neroAacEnc -q 0.65  -if %i -of "%o.m4a"  -w --artist "%a" --title "%t" --genre "%g" --album "%b" --track %n --year "%y" %i -o "%o".m4a
    But MediaInfo shows no tags. Should I use a different command instead?

    General
    Complete name : /home/ron/other/Various (1995) Usa Music Tour/10 - Patsy Kline - Crazy.m4a
    Format : MPEG-4
    Format profile : Base Media / Version 2
    Codec ID : mp42
    File size : 4.64 MiB
    Duration : 2mn 43s
    Overall bit rate : 238 Kbps
    Encoded date : UTC 2010-04-22 23:26:55
    Tagged date : UTC 2010-04-22 23:27:15
    Writing application : Nero AAC codec / 1.5.4.0
    cdec : ndaudio 1.5.4.0 / -q 0.65

    Audio
    ID : 1
    Format : AAC
    Format/Info : Advanced Audio Codec
    Format version : Version 4
    Format profile : LC
    Format settings, SBR : No
    Codec ID : 40
    Duration : 2mn 43s
    Bit rate mode : Variable
    Bit rate : 236 Kbps
    Maximum bit rate : 270 Kbps
    Channel(s) : 2 channels
    Channel positions : Front: L R
    Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
    Stream size : 4.61 MiB (99%)
    Encoded date : UTC 2010-04-22 23:26:55
    Tagged date : UTC 2010-04-22 23:27:15



    Last edited by ron999; April 23rd, 2010 at 12:55 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    The tagging is a little bit of an issue with rr, works perfectly with a patched abcde.

    (I'll have to go read post 35 - the command is shy.

    Anyway for tagging I use atomicparsley

    The problem that has come up in rr /atomicparsley is it will not write a .m4a ext.
    ( it will write to any other ext., I'm sure there is a solution but haven't bothered since abcde works with nero/atomicparsley just fine.

    So 2 things come up -
    first the tracks are tagged and written to ~/tmp/m4a/<whatever>, you need to move back to ~/other/<whatever>

    second I've told ap to output as .aac, the tracks aren't .aac so I do a batch rename to .m4a
    (many players care less about the .aac ext., some do (vlc

    I really think these things can be worked out

    Side note - atomicparsley will not write genre tags properly in either rr or abcde - it's either they need to be input as a binary and aren't or they are and ap doesn't recognize a binary for genre..?

    (i guess one could always tag later - for myself ap does fine

    So here is the nero encoding line for rr (quite long

    Code:
    neroAacEnc -q 0.65 -if %i -of "%o".m4a && mkdir -p /home/doug/tmp/m4a/%a\ \(%y\)\ %b && AtomicParsley "%o".m4a -o /home/doug/tmp/m4a/%a\ \(%y\)\ %b/%n\ -\ %t.aac --artist "%a" --album "%b" --tracknum "%n" --year "%y" --title "%t"  --genre "%g" && rm "%o".m4a
    Obviously change /home/doug/ to you (2 places) - the .aac in question is here (should be .m4a

    -o /home/doug/tmp/m4a/%a\ \(%y\)\ %b/%n\ -\ %t.aac

    Edit: if you use rr/ap, and want to rename the ext ( unless you can figure this out) a batch comm. - cd to dir. with tracks

    Code:
    for f in *.aac; do mv "$f" "${f%.aac}.m4a"; done;
    *regarding #35 - maybe I got tagging, more likely I posted in a command from a file where I was working on the nero part. - 18 months seems like forever at this point as far as remembering what I was doing
    Last edited by mc4man; April 23rd, 2010 at 01:26 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Hi mc4man

    I tried your command. The tags are OK.

    As you said, the ripped tracks now have an aac suffix and they are in a tmp folder.

    Thanks for your effort, but I'm going back to the original command without tags.

    The main problem was getting the 'other' codec command to work, and now that's fine with v0.6b.2.

    Consider it [SOLVED]

    General
    Complete name : /home/ron/tmp/m4a/Various (1995) Usa Music Tour/03 - Love Is A Battlefield.aac
    Format : MPEG-4
    Format profile : Base Media / Version 2
    Codec ID : mp42
    File size : 7.32 MiB
    Duration : 4mn 6s
    Overall bit rate : 249 Kbps
    Album : Usa Music Tour
    Track name : Love Is A Battlefield
    Track name/Position : 3
    Track name/Total : 0
    Performer : Various
    Genre : Rock/Pop
    Encoded date : 1995
    Tagged date : UTC 2010-04-23 00:04:43
    Writing application : Nero AAC codec / 1.5.4.0
    cdec : ndaudio 1.5.4.0 / -q 0.65

    Audio
    ID : 1
    Format : AAC
    Format/Info : Advanced Audio Codec
    Format version : Version 4
    Format profile : LC
    Format settings, SBR : No
    Codec ID : 40
    Duration : 4mn 6s
    Bit rate mode : Variable
    Bit rate : 247 Kbps
    Maximum bit rate : 274 Kbps
    Channel(s) : 2 channels
    Channel positions : Front: L R
    Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
    Stream size : 7.27 MiB (99%)
    Encoded date : UTC 2010-04-23 00:03:29
    Tagged date : UTC 2010-04-23 00:04:43

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Glad you got it squared away
    Interesting you did get genre ok, will have to ck. that, am on lucid now

    ( the having to move the files back was 1 reason I went to abcde, though there probably is a solution.

    If you ever want to try abcde w/nero & ap let me know

    I made it into an all.deb - I always use a local repo in my installs so having stuff I do or redo as .debs (debian) makes it quite easy for re-installs and new installs

    unfortunately I can no longer attach .debs here, though for abcde I could attach the patched abcde script and sample config

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Is Abcde still being actively developed? I checked the website and it seems like there haven't been any updates in a while. Although, I suppose it's been close to a year since Rubyripper has been updated :/

    Anyway, I've updated the OP with simpler install instructions using aheck's PPA. I've been meaning to write up a how-to on how to actually use Rubyripper as well, but I haven't gotten around to it yet.
    Want a quality CD ripping program for Ubuntu? Check out my how-to: Installing Rubyripper on Ubuntu!

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Is Abcde still being actively developed?
    Well that would depend on definition of 'actively'

    There have been some updates this year and probably will be some from time to time -- version is now 2.4.2 (r 290

    (the only real advantage I realize with abcde is if ripping/encoding w/ nero and tags as mentioned

    As far as RR I see some advantages to using the 0.6 version as noted in post 86

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    I tried installing this from the ppa and while it appeared to work, I couldn't find the app to run it, I'm on Kubuntu if that makes any difference. I had ruby 1.8 installed, but it took a ridiculous amount of time to rip a cd, then I found there might be an issue with this version of ruby. So I installed ruby1.9.1, and running the cli script it doesn't rip anything, it just creates the folder, .cue and .m3u files and then exits. This is the log:

    Code:
    This log is created by Rubyripper, version 0.5.7
    Website: http://code.google.com/p/rubyripper
    
    Cdrom player used to rip:
    HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4083N 1.08
    Cdrom offset used: 0
    
    Ripper used: cdparanoia --never-skip=40
    Matches required for all chunks: 2
    Matches required for erroneous chunks: 2
    
    Codec(s) used:
    -flac     -> -5 -V (flac 1.2.1)
    
    CDDB INFO
    
    Artist    = Balance
    Album    = 016 - Agoria (Disk 1)
    Year    = 2010
    Genre    = Tech House, Minimal
    Tracks    = 25
    
    01 - Gregg Kowalsky - Ashes From Evermore
    02 - Alva Noto - Xerrox Monophaser 2 / DJ Koze - Lords Of Panama
    03 - Mark Pitchard - ?
    04 - Manvoy de Saint Sadrill - Soeheniona
    05 - Tisca - Joe Si Ha
    06 - Emiliana Torrini - Gun
    07 - Agoria - Parasite 2
    08 - Arandel - In D#5
    09 - Messina - Columpnam
    10 - 19.454.18.5.25.5.18 - When I Think Of
    11 - Pom Pom - IO
    12 - Agoria - Altre Voci
    13 - Glimpse - Train In Austria Part 2
    14 - The Field  - Over The Ice (Live Mix)
    15 - Olibusta - La Pazz
    16 - Cubenx - Mis Dias Y Tus Noches
    17 - Felix Laband - Whistling In Tongues (Todd Terje Remix)
    18 - Jozif - Back 2 My Roots (Jozif's 5 O'Clock Fabric Shadow Edit)
    19 - Bibio - Jealous of roses
    20 - LCD Soundsystem  - 45:33 (Trus'me Remix)
    21 - Bozoo Bajou feat Rumer - Same Sun (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) / Oxia - Less Time
    22 - Hatikvah - Synchronicty (Block Barley & Engin Ozturk Holmby Hills Remix)
    23 - Rio en Medio - The Last Child's Tear
    24 - Tipper - Just As The Sun Went Down
    25 - Gregg Kowlasky - Ashes From Evermore / Alva Noto - Xerrox Monophaser 2
    
    STATUS
    It looks like others have it running under ruby1.9.1, what am I missing...?

    Cheers,

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by fatboab View Post
    I tried installing this from the ppa and while it appeared to work, I couldn't find the app to run it, I'm on Kubuntu if that makes any difference. I had ruby 1.8 installed, but it took a ridiculous amount of time to rip a cd, then I found there might be an issue with this version of ruby. So I installed ruby1.9.1, and running the cli script it doesn't rip anything, it just creates the folder, .cue and .m3u files and then exits. This is the log:
    It looks like others have it running under ruby1.9.1, what am I missing...?

    Cheers,
    I did the same thing, and I can't find the application anywhere :S
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    I guess a few points may be useful

    First rr isn't 'built', it's just some ruby scripts so a .deb package just installs it, creates a menu item for the gui (if installed), and depending on the deb may install some dependencies if missing.

    You can actually just run it from the downloaded dir.

    As far as the ppa mentioned - the ppa has split rr into 2 packages - the cli version (rubyripper) and the gui (rubyripper-gtk)
    To 'see' rr you need to install rubyripper-gtk.

    The gui works fine in any ubuntu release prior to lucid, in lucid it will hang for quite awhile between tracks, running rr from the cli in lucid works fine.

    I see no advantage to using ruby1.9.1 for rr in lucid - it is no faster that the default 1.8 (at least here.

    The gui is only available with libgtk2-ruby installed

    The gui can be put to use in lucid, you can set up rr's config, encoding parameters, encoders to use, ect.
    Then just rip from cli, either manually or as an 'autorip' function

    This post describes setting up 'autorip' and has a 0.6 beta attached, if trying please read note (deb includes both the cli and gui versions (#86

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=799621&page=9

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    Re: HOWTO: Install Rubyripper on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    I guess a few points may be useful

    First rr isn't 'built', it's just some ruby scripts so a .deb package just installs it, creates a menu item for the gui (if installed), and depending on the deb may install some dependencies if missing.

    You can actually just run it from the downloaded dir.

    As far as the ppa mentioned - the ppa has split rr into 2 packages - the cli version (rubyripper) and the gui (rubyripper-gtk)
    To 'see' rr you need to install rubyripper-gtk.

    The gui works fine in any ubuntu release prior to lucid, in lucid it will hang for quite awhile between tracks, running rr from the cli in lucid works fine.

    I see no advantage to using ruby1.9.1 for rr in lucid - it is no faster that the default 1.8 (at least here.

    The gui is only available with libgtk2-ruby installed

    The gui can be put to use in lucid, you can set up rr's config, encoding parameters, encoders to use, ect.
    Then just rip from cli, either manually or as an 'autorip' function

    This post describes setting up 'autorip' and has a 0.6 beta attached, if trying please read note (deb includes both the cli and gui versions (#86

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=799621&page=9
    Thank you! I installed libgtk2-ruby and the gtk version of rr came up, but like you said, it was very slow. So I'll just use the cli version while having the configuration set up in rr gtk
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