Dave McCoy wrote:

I have been looking for an easy way to convert music cds to mp3 files. The ports collection hasn't been much help on this subject. Does anyone know of a plug-in for xmms or an easy utililty to acomplish this.

[/usr/ports/audio]:: make search key=rip | egrep '(Port|Info)'
Port: abcde-2.0.3_3
Info: Front-end sh script to encode CDs in ogg or mp3 format
Port: abcmidi-36
Info: Convert abc music files to MIDI and PostScript
Port: cdparanoia-3.9.8_1
Info: A CDDA extraction tool (also known as ripper)
Port: chordpack-0.8.0
Info: Script to convert ChordPro files to HTML, ASCII, and TeX
Port: glame-0.6.3
Info: A powerful, fast, stable, and easily extensible sound editor for GNOME
Port: grip-3.0.4
Info: GTK-based front-end to external cd audio rippers and mp3 encoders
Port: ripenc-1.1
Info: Script that automates the ripping, encoding, and naming of CD's
Port: ripit-2.0_1
Info: A perl-script frontend for encoding audio CDs to MP3 files
Port: streamripper-1.0.5
Info: Splits SHOUTcast stream into tracks
Port: sweep-0.1.1
Info: A sound editor for GNOME desktop

You can't go wrong with grip.

Paul Beard
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