'shn2make' works with shn audio files and the make program to automate burning CD-Rs and encoding mp3 and ogg files. It looks for an .nfo or .txt file, attempts to interpret the song names, CD listing (and other things according to the most common .nfo file formats), checks MD5 checksums, and, if everything makes sense, outputs the text of a Makefile. The output Makefile fully automates the processing of the set of shn files.
released on 23 November 2006
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