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morituri is a CD ripper aiming for accuracy over speed.
Its features are modeled to compare with Exact Audio Copy on Windows.
For a more detailed rationale, see my wiki page 'The Art of the Rip'
* support for MusicBrainz for metadata lookup
* support for AccurateRip verification
* detects sample read offset of drives
* performs test and copy rip
* detects and rips Hidden Track One Audio
* templates for file and directory naming
* support for lossless encoding and lossy encoding or re-encoding of images
* tagging using GStreamer, including embedding MusicBrainz id's
* retagging of images
* for now, only a command line client (rip) is shipped
- cdparanoia, for the actual ripping
- cdrdao, for session, TOC, pregap, and ISRC extraction
- GStreamer and its python bindings, for encoding
- python musicbrainz2, for metadata lookup
- pycdio, for drive identification (optional)
If you are building from a source tarball or checkout, you can choose to
use morituri installed or uninstalled.
- Change to a directory where you want to put the morituri source code
(For example, $HOME/dev/ext or $HOME/prefix/src)
- source: download tarball, unpack, and change to its directory
svn co https://thomas.apestaart.org/morituri/svn/trunk morituri
- you can now choose to install it or run it uninstalled.
- running uninstalled:
ln -sf `pwd`/misc/morituri-uninstalled $HOME/bin/morituri-trunk
(this drops you in a shell where everything is set up to use morituri)
morituri currently only has a command-line interface called 'rip'
rip is self-documenting.
rip -h gives you the basic instructions.
rip implements a tree of commands; for example, the top-level 'changelog'
command has a number of sub-commands.
Positioning of arguments is important;
rip cd -d (device) rip
is correct, while
rip cd rip -d (device)
is not, because the -d argument applies to the rip command.
Check the man page (rip(1)) for more information.
The simplest way to get started making accurate rips is:
- pick a relatively popular CD that has a good change of being in the
- find the drive's offset by running
rip offset find
- wait for it to complete; this might take a while
- optionally, confirm this offset with two more discs
- rip the disc by running
rip cd rip --offset (the number you got before)
morituri's bug tracker is at https://thomas.apestaart.org/morituri/trac/
When filing bugs, please run the failing command with the environment variable
RIP_DEBUG set; for example:
RIP_DEBUG=5 rip offset find > morituri.log 2>&1
And attach the gzipped log file to your bug report.
- no GUI yet
- quality over speed
- support one-command automatic ripping
- support offline ripping (doing metadata lookup and log rewriting later)
- separate the info/result about the rip from the metadata/file generation/...
rip command tree
find drive's read offset using AccurateRip
verify drive's read offset using AccurateRip
rip the cd
rip the htoa if it's there
verify the cd image
encode to a different codec
retag the image with current MusicBrainz data