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PIRD(1) Users Manual PIRD(1) NAME pird - rip audio data from a disc or a disc image SYNOPSIS Print out a help message: pird -h List available devices, disc images in DIR or content of FILE: pird -l [DIR | FILE] Extract audio data from FILE: pird [OPTION...] FILE [-] DESCRIPTION Rips audio data from a disc (CD-DA or CD-ROM Mixed) or a disc image (TOC, CUE or NRG). Supports (automatic) device calibration and result validation against accurate rip database. OPTIONS There are some options to tell pird how to proceed: -f, --format FORMAT Sets the audio FORMAT to use for output. Available FORMATs are: WAV (default) and PCM. -j, --job, --jobs JOB[,...] A JOB describes what data should be ripped. If no JOB is specified, pird rips the whole disc. Multiple JOBs are delimited by , There are different types of JOBs: 1. Rip a single track. TRACK_NUM 2. Rip a range of tracks. A range is specified by either two dots (include right bound) or three dots (exclude right bound). TRACK_NUM..[.]TRACK_NUM 3. Track numbers can be followed by a timestamp, which indicates where to start or stop reading. NOTE: A second consists of 75 FRAMEs. TRACK_NUM[[MIN:SEC.FRAME]]..[.]TRACK_NUM[[MIN:SEC.FRAME]] 4. If one side of a range has no bound, pird reads from the beginning of or to the end of the disc. TRACK_NUM[[MIN:SEC.FRAME]].. ..[.]TRACK_NUM[[MIN:SEC.FRAME]] -p, --paranoia rip in paranoia mode (makes only sense if FILE is an optical drive) -s, --speed SPEED Sets the SPEED to use for reading: 1x, 2x, 4x, ... NOTE: Single SPEED means a data transfer rate of 150 kB/s. -t, --together do not split ranges at track bounds -x, --swap-bytes swap bytes (should be used if the byte order of read data is wrong) -a, --accurate validates rip result against accurate rip database -c, --calibrate calibrates the device by ripping the first track and validating ripped data against accurate rip database (trying all known offsets) -o, --offset OFFSET Calibrates the device with an offset (+/-) of OFFSET samples. NOTE: A sample is four byte (two short values). -v, --verbose be verbose, each occurrence increases log level -q, --quiet be quiet -d, --dry-run simulate execution of jobs OUTPUT By default pird writes all audio data read by a job trackwise to the current working directory. Option --together can be used to suppress splitting audio data at track bounds. If the last parameter is a dash -, the audio data of all jobs is written to stdout. RIPPING DISC IMAGES Support of TOC format is limited in libcdio versions prior to 0.90, use CUE format instead. Conversion can be done with toc2cue, which is part of CDRDAO, Disk-At-Once Recording of Audio and Data CD-Rs/CD-RWs. EXAMPLES Rip audio disc in /dev/cdrom writing each track to a separate WAV-file: pird /dev/cdrom Rip audio disc in /dev/cdrom to a single WAV-file: pird -t /dev/cdrom AUTHOR Written by Karsten Heinze <<firstname.lastname@example.org>>. COPYRIGHT Copyright © 2011-2014 Karsten Heinze <<email@example.com>>. License GPLv3+: GNU General Public License version 3 or later. This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. SEE ALSO GNU Compact Disc Input and Control Library (libcdio) NOTES 1. accurate rip database http://www.accuraterip.com 2. CDRDAO, Disk-At-Once Recording of Audio and Data CD-Rs/CD-RWs http://cdrdao.sourceforge.net 3. GNU General Public License http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html 4. GNU Compact Disc Input and Control Library http://gnu.org/software/libcdio PIRD 08/14/2017 PIRD(1)