I have a directory structure composed by:
I implemented a script to strip my mp3 bitrate to 128 kbps using lame (which works on a single file at time). My script looks like this 'normalize_mp3.sh':
#!/bin/bash SAVEIFS=$IFS IFS=$(echo -en "\n\b") for f in *.mp3 do lame --cbr $f __out.mp3 mv __out.mp3 $f done IFS=$SAVEIFS
This works fine, if I go folder by folder and execute this command.
But I'd like to have a "global" command, like in 4DOS so I can run:
$ cd iTunes/Music $ global normalize_mp3.sh
global command would traverse all subdirs and execute the
normalize_mp3.sh to strip all my mp3 in all subfolders.
Anyone knows if there is a unix equivalent to the 4dos
global command? I tried to play with find -exec but I just managed to get an headache.