Preinstalled virtual machines, scripts and Debian packages
The Dodger-Tools are compilation of preinstalled virtual machines (VM) with OpenSource operating systems, many different scripts and Debian packages for (e.g. audio/video compression, filesystem and file encryption, cloud backups, cron, 7-Zip, prallel execution of BASH scripts, archive management, Raspberry Pi, ...).
Universal video transcoder
viDrop is free video transcoding software for GNU/Linux and Windows operating systems. With its help you can easily convert your favourite movies or videos into format, playable on your Smarthone, Tablet, MID, Portable Media Player etc.
Command line utilities for verifying, tagging, converting, and burning lossless audio files (e.g. SHN, FLAC) and also provides conversion to MP3/OGG.
Command-line mass conversion of any directory tree of audio files.
BAC is a command-line tool that converts, to a target audio file format, all the audio files stored in a directory tree of any depth. Supported file formats are OGG, FLAC, MP3, AAC, ALAC, WAV, in all ways, and WMA as source. Main audio tags are preserved in the process, as well as most file name characters (white spaces, question marks etc). BAC runs on Linux and probably most UNIX-type OSes. On Windows, it must be operated from the Cygwin environment. It requires the following software to be installed: - flac and metaflac (flac files only) - vorbis-tools (ogg files only) - faac and faad (aac files only) - lame and madplay (mp3 files only) - alac-decoder and mpeg4ip-utils (ALAC decode) - ffmpeg (ALAC encode, wma decode) - mplayer (wma decode) - mp4v2-utils (AAC, ALAC, WAV decode) BAC is now optimized for multiprocessing on multicore systems: a tunable number of cores can be used for simultaneous conversions.
Easy to use shell script for batch conversion MP3 files to AAC+
EasyAac is an easy to use shell script which converts MP3 files in an M3U playlist to AAC+. Usage: easyaac.sh playlist.m3u bitrate Please note that bitrate is specfied in kbps This script requires lame, aacplusenc and MP4Box installed. In most Linux distributions, MP4Box is provided by the package "gpac" it can be installed in Ubuntu by issuing following command sudo apt-get install gpac
mp3 to ogg format converter. This is a suite of programs which will help you to convert your existing mp3 files into ogg. The suite includes a text and a graphical frontend. Requires mpg321, mp3info, oggenc, vorbiscomment (zenity for gui).
Automatic command line CD ripper and ogg encoder along with freedb.org client. It tries to connect to freedb.org server to get CD info. If no info is found a text file may be provided instead. Also supports FLAC and MP3 (ID3 tag).
You have some images (. Jpg) on your computer and an audio file format (.mp3/.wav) and whether these images and transform this into a movie or audio presentation to be displayed on the computer or the DVD-table.
Simple audio (AAC, FLAC, MP3, MP4, MPC, OGG, WAV, WMA) converter written in Bash 3.
TCDR is a ncurses (dialog) based console frontend for the following programs: mkisofs, cdrecord, cdrdao, cdda2wav, cdparanoia, readcd, dd, isoinfo, sox, mpg123 and bladeenc written in bash.
Batch script for audio encoding. Supports MP3, AAC, Vorbis, FLAC, AC3 and WAV (decoding) output and is intended to be used on directories with audio files. Filtering through MPlayer and automatic tagging with MediaInfo is also supported.
glu10 is a console/terminal application written in shell script that converts videos and dvds to work with iriver u10 and other iriver products.
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.
wv2ogg is a bash command line script that encodes wavpack files to Ogg Vorbis files. While doing so, it can also transfer all tags and replaygain information from the wavpack files to the Ogg Vorbis files.