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Neale Pickett 2022-01-06 12:31:30 -07:00
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FROM debian
RUN true \
&& groupadd -g 911 linuxserver \
&& useradd -u 911 -g linuxserver -G cdrom linuxserver \
&& sed -i 's/main$/main contrib non-free/' /etc/apt/sources.list \
&& apt-get -y update \
&& DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get --no-install-recommends -y install \
ffmpeg \
handbrake-cli libavcodec-extra \
abcde eyed3 \
glyrc setcd eject \
dvdbackup \
libdvd-pkg libdvdcss2 \
python3 \
cowsay \
&& true
RUN dpkg-reconfigure libdvd-pkg
RUN true \
&& DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get --no-install-recommends -y install \
lame \
procps \
cowsay
COPY scripts /scripts
COPY abcde.conf /etc/
USER linuxserver
ENTRYPOINT ["/scripts/init.sh"]

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The Media Sucker
================
This program watches your CD/DVD drive.
When you put a CD or DVD in,
it will suck the content off,
eject the drive,
and then re-encode the content to a compressed format.
## What It Supports
At the time I'm writing this README, it will:
* Rip audio CDs, look them up in cddb, encode them to VBR MP3, then tag them.
* Rip video DVDs, transcode them to mkv
## How To Run This
First you have to build it.
It will build on a raspberry pi.
docker build --tag=media-sucker .
You'll need a place to store all your precious media:
incoming=/path/to/incoming
mkdir -P $incoming
chown 911:911 $incoming
Then you can run it:
docker run -d --restart=unless-stopped \
--name=sucker \
--device cdrom --device dvd --device sr0 \
-v $incoming:/incoming \
media-sucker
Or you can put it in a `docker-compose.yaml` file:
```yaml
services:
sucker:
image: media-sucker
volumes:
- type: bind
source: /path/to/incoming
target: /incoming
```
Stick a video DVD or audio CD in,
and the drive should spin up for a while,
then spit your media back out.
Then, eventually, you'll have a new `.mkv` file (for video)
or a new directory of `.mp3` files (for audio).
You can watch what it's doing:
docker logs --since=1m -f sucker
## A note on filenames and tags
This program does the absolute minimum to try and tag your media properly.
For DVDs, that means reading the "title" stored on the DVD,
which I've seen vary from very helpful (eg. "Barbie A Fashion Fairytale")
to ridiculously unhelpful (eg. "FBWTF2").
But at least it's usually unique for each DVD and at least somewhat
related to the DVD contents.
For CDs, the situation is even worse.
Audio CDs do not store any metadata,
so CDDB takes the length of every track in seconds and tries to match that
against something a user has uploaded in the past.
This is wrong a whole lot of the time.
If CDDB can't find a match for an audio CD,
this program will append the datestamp of the rip to the album name,
in the hopes that you can remember about what time you put each CD in the drive.
So for stuff like multi-CD audiobooks, that's pretty helpful.
But the end result in almost every case is that you're going to have to
manually edit the metadata.
## Why I Wrote This
The `automatic-ripping-machine` looks really badass.
I spent about two days trying to get a Docker container built for it,
and another day trying to get it to actually read my drive.
I got it reading the drive exactly once, and then never again.
That's when I gave up and created my own thing,
which is pretty janky,
but works a lot better for me,
in that it actually does something.
### Why You Should Run This
The only reason I can think of that anybody would want to use this is if they,
like me,
are too dumb to get the `automatic-ripping-machine` to work.

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OUTPUTFORMAT='${OUTPUT}/${ARTISTFILE}/${ALBUMFILE}/${TRACKNUM} - ${TRACKFILE}'
VAOUTPUTFORMAT='Various/${ALBUMFILE}/${TRACKNUM} - ${ARTISTFILE}-${TRACKFILE}'

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#! /bin/sh
. /scripts/common.sh
. ./env
abcde -C $discid -o mp3:-V2
cp -r mp3/* $OUTDIR
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#! /bin/sh
abcde -N -a cddb,read
discid=$(cd-discid | awk '{print $1}')
cat <<EOD >env
mtype=cd
discid=$discid
EOD
now=$(date +%Y%m%d.%H%M%S)
sed -i s/'Unknown Album$'/"Unknown Album $now"/ abcde.$discid/cddbread.0
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#! /bin/sh
log () {
printf "\033[36m=== [%s] \033[0m %s\n" "$0" "$*"
}
# If you haven't set OUTDIR, set it to the default
: ${OUTDIR:=/incoming}
export OUTDIR

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#! /bin/sh -e
. /scripts/common.sh
log "Scanning for DVD title"
title=$(dvdbackup -I | awk -F \" '/DVD with title/ {print $2}')
log "DVD Title: $title"
cat <<EOD >env
mtype=dvd
title="$title"
EOD
dvdbackup -p -M -n DVD

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#! /bin/sh
. /scripts/common.sh
run_in () {
(
cd $1; shift
"$@"
)
}
while sleep 2; do
for mtype in audio video; do
ls $mtype | while read d; do
encode=/scripts/$mtype.encode.sh
workdir=$mtype/$d
[ -f $workdir/read.finished ] || continue
log "Encoding $workdir"
if ! run_in $workdir $encode; then
log "$encode failed"
else
rm -rf $workdir
fi
done
done
done
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#! /bin/sh -e
cd /incoming
mkdir -p audio video
nice /scripts/reader.sh &
nice /scripts/encoder.sh &
wait

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#! /bin/sh
. /scripts/common.sh
with_time_dir () {
mtype=$1; shift
now=$(date --rfc-3339=s | tr ' ' T)
mkdir -p $mtype/$now
cd $mtype/$now
if ! "$@"; then
log "$1 failed"
else
log "$1 succeeded"
touch read.finished
eject
fi
}
while sleep 2; do
case $(setcd -i) in
*"Disc found in drive: audio"*)
log "Found audio disc"
( with_time_dir audio /scripts/cd.audio.read.sh )
;;
*"Disc found in drive: data"*)
log "Found DVD"
( with_time_dir video /scripts/dvd.video.read.sh )
;;
*)
;;
esac
done
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#! /bin/sh -e
. /scripts/common.sh
. ./env
HandBrakeCLI \
-i DVD/VIDEO_TS \
--main-feature \
--native-language eng \
-Z "Chromecast 1080p30 Surround" \
-o "${title}.mkv"
mv "${title}.mkv" "$OUTDIR"
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