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  • thomasvs
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morituri 0.2.0 "ears" released
morituri is a CD ripper aiming for accuracy over speed.
Its features are modeled to compare with Exact Audio Copy on Windows.

This is morituri 0.2.0 "ears".

This is intended as a release for daring and curious people who've had enough
of the fact that Windows has a more accurate CD ripper than Linux.

Coverage in 0.2.0: 67 %  (1890 / 2807), 95 python tests

Features added in 0.2.0:

- added plugins system for logger
- added rip cd rip --logger to specify logger
- added reading speed, cdparanoia and cdrdao version to logger
- added rip drive analyze to detect whether we can defeat audio cache behaviour
- store drive offsets and cache defeating in config file
- rip drive list shows configured offset and audio cache defeating
- added rip image retag --release-id to specify the release id to tag with
- added %r/%R for release type to use in track/disc template
- added %x for extension to release template

Bugs fixed in 0.2.0:

-  89: Fails to rip track with \ in its name
- 105: Backslash in track names causes "Cannot find file" during rip
- 108: Unable to find offset / rip
- 109: KeyError when running "rip offset find"
- 111: Python traceback when config has no read offset for CD
-  76: morituri should allow for a configuration file
-  96: rip image retag: allow specification of release ID
- 107: Backslash in track name confuses AR step
- 112: add MusicBrainz lookup URL to generated logfile

morituri 0.2.0 is brought to you by:

Loïc Minier
Ross Burton
Christophe Fergeau
Thomas Vander Stichele
mustbenice

  • Nessuno
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morituri 0.2.0 "ears" released
Reply #1
morituri is a CD ripper aiming for accuracy over speed.
Its features are modeled to compare with Exact Audio Copy on Windows.

Macte virtute! But, could you please explain the reason (there must be one!) for such a ugly name to everyone who knows a little Latin? 

Maybe you mean: "CDs are going to die soon"?
... I live by long distance.

  • piscvau
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morituri 0.2.0 "ears" released
Reply #2
Hello
I am new to UNIX . I have been using extensively EAC on my WIndows PC. I have installed morituri but I do not understand the commands syntax.

I have found the offset.
I would like to convert each track to a flac file. And I would like to check with accuarte rip
I typed the following command rip cd --device /dev/cdrom rip --offset (myoffset). Is seems to work but it does not seem to check with accurate rip and I do not know where to find the flac files.
If anyon could help it sould be very helpful.
Piscvau