'flac-jacket' uses raw audio files (raw files are created from data streams) as the source. Based on the filename format, it first creates lossless audio files, using FLAC, and optionally removes the source files if conversion was successful. It then creates a new html page with links to all new and existing .flac files. The html page is regenerated each run, so the listing is somewhat dynamic: you needn't edit the html page just because you removed or renamed a FLAC audio file or altered an artist directory.
released on 24 March 2009
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 January 2008.
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