If a directory contains an album encoded as one large .wv file and a .cue file, splitting the entire album into individual .flac tracks is a simple task: $ cuebreakpoints foo.cue | shnsplit -o flac ...
I would like to produce (nearly) perfect FLAC files by verifying/checking all conversion steps. I'm hoping to do this in a single command, although a short bash script would be acceptable as a second ...
Is it possible rip a Blu-ray Audio or a DVD-Audio disc containing an LPCM 2.0 (192kHz, 24-bit) track and encode it to FLAC? FLAC is certainly capable of encoding to such resolution, but I'm not sure ...