I'm seeking recommendations for ripping audio CDs and encoding them to ogg vorbis (preferred) or mp3 format. Although most of my new music acquisitions are already in digital format, I've got a library of 1000+ audio CDs that are just sitting there taking up space. I'd like to find an efficient way to convert these into ogg vorbis or mp3 format.
I currently have 5 computers (at home) running a variety of different versions of Windows and linux. I'd like to take advantage of the idle cpu of these system to rip and encode the CDs. Some desirements:
- high quality rips (a la EAC or bladeenc)
- prefer ogg vorbis encoding
- encodings are binary identical regardless of which system performs the encoding
- automated downloading of meta-data (tags, album art, etc)
- logging or dashboard of current state of the system. e.g., what has been ripped, what has been tagged, what has been encoded, which system has performed what actions. too obsessive-compulsive?
My ideal scenario would be to spend a weekend to get it all done. 1000 cds / 5 systems / 48 hrs ==> 15 minuts per cd per computer. Is there any software out there that would make this feasible?