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Ripping an audio CD via command line (whole CD as a single file) [duplicate]

I have a few audiobooks that can be 15+ CDs long that I want to convert to MP3 so I don't have to keep switching CDs. I've found an used various GUI programs out there that work, but require a bit of ...
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How to play a soundless video and add a audio file at the same time?

I have a folder with a MP3 audio file and an video file. Both named the same. Example.mp3 Example.mp4 I want to play the video and add the sound. Both files should stay the same and I do not want ...
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How to remove embedded album covers from mp3 files via commandline

I want to remove the embedded album cover from mp3 files using only Windows command line. What I've tried Tried ExifTool: Unfortunately the tool can only read (not write) mp3 tags as the author ...
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Command line tool to identify audio file specs

I'm looking for an audio file equivalent to ImageMagick's identify command. For example, with identify, I can get brief information about a bunch of images: % identify b* banner1.jpg JPEG 134x614 ...
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Command line tool to write flac, ogg vorbis and mp3 id3v2 meta data?

Is there any command line tool that can write all three formats/containers? I've already searched but could not find anything that does the job. So far I'm using vorbiscomment, metaflac and id3tool ...
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How does Adobe convert WAV to MP3?

When using Adobe's programs (Flash for example) to convert WAV audio to MP3 there is no silent gap added to the beginning of the MP3 file like it is when I for example use LAME (when using LAME a ...
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Covert WAV to MP3 without adding silence at the beginning

Here's whay I need to do: Convert a 30.0 sec WAV to a 30.0 MP3. I've tried doing this using LAME however no matter what I try LAME always adds a short moment of silence to the output mp3. Using LAME ...
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Is there a command line MP3 player for Windows?

Is there a command line MP3 player for Windows? It needs to support CJK filenames. I have tried the following so far: mpg123: doesn't have the ability to pause/fast forward/backward. MpxPlayer: ...
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Open Source Windows Command Line ID3 / ID3v2 Tagger

Is there an open source, command line based app for Windows to tag MP3 files by manually passing the artist, album etc as arguments? The answers for Is there a Windows command-line tool to set ID3 ...
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Command-line ID3 tag editor that handles all tags

I am looking for a tool to edit tags in MP3s through a script. The files are episodes of several podcasts where the tags are inconsistent between episode: Sometimes the Album or Genre tag is missing ...
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Whats the best linux console tool to explore sound file information? [closed]

Im looking for console tool that will output most detailed information about sound file (particularly mp3). Tried to use different tools (id3, lame, ffmpeg) Looking to get such info: Format ...
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Linux command line utility to determine mp3 bitrate?

Is there a command-line utility to determine the bitrate of an mp3 file?
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1answer
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windows command-line program to change the volume of an mp3 file

I can use audacity to increase the volume of an MP3 file. However, if I want to use this on a regular basis it's a hassle, since I have to fire up audacity, load the file, increase the volume and ...
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Is there an easy way to split mp3 files?

I recently learned a neat trick. To join mp3 files together, you simply use the command (in Windows) copy /b *.mp3 joined.mp3 and voila, you have one large mp3 file. My question: is there a method ...