I converted all the flac in my music library down to mp3, so I can move the flac to an external drive. I used dbpoweramp in windows, and I'm pretty sure it converted them all, but when I woke up this morning, the netbook had been restarted.
So I've made a list with all my music in it and used sort to alphabetize it. So I have something like this:
~/music/a/a.flac ~/music/a/a.mp3 ~/music/a/b.flac ~/music/a/b.mp3 ~/music/b/a.mp3 ~/music/b/b.mp3 ~/music/c/a.flac ~/music/c/a.mp3
Note that I have a directory with only mp3, since not my whole library was flac.
What I want is a bash script that will check that all lines that end with .flac have a line directly below them that is the same except it ends with .mp3.
How would I achieve this, and if you can explain what the script is doing, that would be cool too.
I guess it's sorta important to show any lines that end with .flac that DON'T have a matching .mp3, as they need converted still.