On Sun, 4 Feb 2018, jdow wrote:
On 20180204 06:57, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 02/04/18 22:45, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>> i just did a quick test with abcde, ripping a CD to flac both with
>> and without the "-1" option (diff being ripping to a single FLAC file
>> versus individual FLAC files). the difference in final, total size is
>> negligible, both directories around 267M.
>> is there any benefit to one strategy or the other? i assume that i
>> can rip a CD to a single FLAC file and, subsequently, break it into
>> pieces later when i decide how i want to organize CDs and individual
> I'd go with one file per track as opposed to one file per CD.
> The breaking into pieces later on seems like more work. Besides,
> on almost any CD there will be one or two tracks that aren't of
> interest even if the artist is a favorite.
BoBW - one folder per CD and one file per track.
that's what i'm getting with "abcde -o flac", so i'm just going
stick with that.