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A script that allows recursively transcode directories/playlists of FLAC files to Ogg.

Project Description

A script that allows recursively transcode directories/playlists of FLAC files to Ogg.

When encountering existing files in the target directory, tree2ogg by default will skip them if the target’s modification time is newer than the source. This can be changed by using the --force and --skip flags.

Installation

To install tree2ogg, use pip:

pip install tree2ogg

You can also install the latest development version from github:

pip install git+https://github.com/guyru/tree2ogg.git#egg=tree2ogg

Synopsis

usage: tree2ogg [-h] [-j JOBS] [--force | --skip] [-v] [--version]
                src dst_dir ...

Convert a directory tree of FLAC files to Ogg.

positional arguments:
  src                   source directory/playlist
  dst_dir               destination directory
  oggenc_args           additional arguments to pass to oggenc

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -j JOBS, --jobs JOBS  number of simultaneous encoding process to spawn
  --force               force overwrite existing files
  --skip                always skip existing files
  -v, --verbose         increase output verbosity
  --version             show program's version number and exit

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