CD ripper preferring accuracy over speed - forked from morituri
Installation should be relatively simple.
Enable the copr repository.
# dnf copr enable mruszczyk/whipper
# dnf install whipper
Whipper currently only has a command-line interface called
whipper which is self-documenting:
whipper -h gives you the basic instructions.
Whipper implements a tree of commands: for example, the top-level
whipper command has a number of sub-commands.
Positioning of arguments is important:
$ whipper cd -d (device) rip
is correct, while
$ whipper cd rip -d (device)
is not, because the
-d argument applies to the
~~Check the man page (
whipper(1)) for more information.~~ (currently not available as whipper's documentation is planned to be reworked (Issue #73).
The simplest way to get started making accurate rips is:
Pick a relatively popular CD that has a good chance of being in the AccurateRip database
Analyze the drive's caching behavior
$ whipper drive analyze
Find the drive's offset.
Consult the AccurateRip's CD Drive Offset database for your drive. Drive information can be retrieved with
whipper drive list.
$ whipper offset find -o OFFSET
If you omit the
-oargument, whipper will try a long, popularity-sorted list of drive offsets.
If you can not confirm your drive offset value but wish to set a default regardless, set
read_offset = insert-numeric-value-herein
Offsets confirmed with
whipper offset findare automatically written to the configuration file.
Rip the disc by running
$ whipper cd rip##Additional documentation is available in the github readme.
The following unofficial repositories are provided as-is by owner of this project. Contact the owner directly for bugs or issues (IE: not bugzilla).
|Epel for CentOS 7||x86_64 (0)*||Epel for CentOS 7 (145 downloads)|
|Fedora 31||i386 (0)*, x86_64 (0)*||Fedora 31 (19 downloads)|
|Fedora 32||i386 (0)*, x86_64 (0)*||Fedora 32 (9 downloads)|
|Fedora 33||i386 (0)*, x86_64 (0)*||Fedora 33 (0 downloads)|
|Fedora rawhide||i386 (0)*, x86_64 (0)*||Fedora rawhide (120 downloads)|
* Total number of packages downloaded in the last seven days.