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Marco Balmer 01-31-2011 02:24 PM

Bug#611641: ITP: fadecut -- Radio livestream to ogg/mp3 tool
 
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Marco Balmer <marco@balmer.name>

* Package name : fadecut
Version : 0.0.1
Upstream Author : Marco Balmer <marco@balmer.name>
* URL : https://www.github.com/micressor/fadecut
* License : GPL v3
Programming Lang: bash
Description : Radio livestream to ogg/mp3 tool

This script handle mp3 files (-ripped by streamripper), fade in and out. It set stream tags: artist, title and your own decided genre. If you have songs you do not like, move the ripped file to dontlike/ folder,
so fadecut will no longer convert this song, if it was read on the livestream. All processed files of fadecut are in new/ folder. The original files from streamripper are in the orig/ folder after processing.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: 5.0.7
APT prefers stable
APT policy: (990, 'stable'), (500, 'testing')
Architecture: amd64 (x86_64)



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Tanguy Ortolo 02-01-2011 03:08 PM

Bug#611641: ITP: fadecut -- Radio livestream to ogg/mp3 tool
 
Le lundi 31 janvier 2011, Marco Balmer a écrit :
> Description : Radio livestream to ogg/mp3 tool
>
> This script handle mp3 files (-ripped by streamripper), fade in and
> out. It set stream tags: artist, title and your own decided genre. If
> you have songs you do not like, move the ripped file to dontlike/
> folder, so fadecut will no longer convert this song, if it was read on
> the livestream. All processed files of fadecut are in new/ folder.
> The original files from streamripper are in the orig/ folder after
> processing.

Maybe it is just because I do not understand English well enough, but
I really cannot understand this description. Maybe it should be
rewritten in a clearer way.

What does “to handle files” mean, is that “recording” (e.g. ripping from
a radio stream), “playing” (e.g. streaming from files), “organizing”
(e.g. renaming) or “transforming” (e.g. adjusting volume or metadata)?

Is it a script to record radio streams, cutting files at fade effects?
Or a script to produce a stream with fade effects from separate files?

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