mp3burn -V (return code: 2)
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mp3burn --help (return code: 1)
Usage: mp3burn [OPTION] [mp3,ogg, and flac files] Options: -h, --help Prints out a brief help -m, --swap Manual "cdrecord -swab" option mode. Use this to disable the automatic detection for swab mode in case it is not working correctly on your system. (Also, please send email to <email@example.com> or file a bug against the mp3burn package if you encounter this problem.) -p, --playlist ".m3u playlist" Use a playlist to specify audio files to burn. Instead of (or in addition to) listing mp3/ogg/flac files, supply a .m3u playlist (e.g., from xmms) that contains the audio files for your CD. Note: If you specify both a playlist and audio files, the files specified on the command-line will be appended to the list of audio files listed in the playlist. If a file referenced in a playlist cannot be read, it will be skipped. Be wary of playlist editors that use relative paths - mp3burn cannot know what path the playlist editor assumed. -t, --tmpdir "tmpdir" Put temporary files in tmpdir. Default is to use the current directory. -c, --check "MMM:SS" | ATIP Time check: compute the total length of files to be burned and warn if greater than MMM:SS minutes and seconds. If the value ATIP is supplied, the total length is checked against the length available on the CDR[W] as reported by ATIP. Note that FLAC-encoded files are assumed to be 1 second long (until there is an easy way to get the file duration). You will need to calculate burn-length on your own with FLAC files. -d, --dummy Perform a "dummy" run: do everything except actually burn the CD (uses cdrecord(1) "-dummy" option). -o, --cdrecord "cdrecord_opts" Specify the command line options for cdrecord. The quotes are required to prevent mp3burn from parsing cdrecord(1) options. Overrides options specified in ~/.mp3burnrc. Example: -o "-v dev=1,0 speed=4 -swab" Note: The options -pad and -audio are added automatically, since they are always necessary. The script also tries to detect if -swab is needed (for example on x86 and other little-Endian platforms). cdrecord is supposed to take care of any byte-ordering requirements specific to your burner. (If you end up with a CD that merely sounds like static, you most likely need to toggle use of -swab.) You should also consider using -v so that you can watch the burn in progress. This goes for ~/.mp3burnrc also. -a, --atip Lookup the ATIP info for the device in the cdburner (using cdrecord(1) "-atip") and then exits. This option can only be used (successfully) in conjuction with -o. -M, --encoder "MP3 decoder" Use an MP3 decoder other than the default, which is mpg321. This is imperative when burning tracks that have sample rates other than 44.1kHz, and the current version of mpg321 will not decode these files. Specify the name of the decoder to be used, e.g. mpg123-oss-3dnow; you can also specify this in your .mp3burnrc file with $mp3decoder = mp3decoder. (Note: Currently, the MP3 decoder must be able to accept mpg123-style command-line arguments.)