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ova is a convenient console frontend for ripping CDs and encoding MP3/wave files to the Ogg Vorbis format. It is able to query the CDDB given a CD or MP3/Ogg Vorbis/wave files. Ogg Vorbis files can be tagged and renamed according to elaborate patterns.
rentoc is a shell (bash) script that will provide a fast and simple way to automate time-consuming tasks, associated with DAO mode audio CD creation from different media formats such as mp3s, wav files... etc.
Utility for linux users with a Sony Ericsson w800i (or k750i/other) for file transfers and for ripping mp3s to the phone. Can also be used to get photos of a Sony digital camera.
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