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Wizard instructions to operate with ease My script does pretty much all of the above paragraph for me, except the first sentence. So all I have to do now is put the FLAC files in the right place, edit the tags if needed (something which I prefer to do manually anyway), then run my script from within the folder. At the moment the script doesn't take any parameters, it uses the tags in the FLAC files to set up the file-names the way I like them, and always puts the created MP3s in the folder: '/home/Username/Music/Artist/Album/', using the data from the tags to get the artist and album correct. So I suppose in many ways the script is quite simple. The only complicated part was coming up with the regular expressions required to get hold of the right data for the tags, and to strip out the unwanted characters. I'd never used regular expressions before, in fact while reading about writing scripts in the past I tended to skip over parts that mentioned regular expressions and the sed program, as they are topics unto themselves. But now I've learned a bit about them I'm sure my new knowledge will be useful again in the future, perhaps like in this XKCD . Yes of course, my bad. Why else would someone use the word 'probably'. Again, I wouldn't want to mislead anyone into thinking that flac(lossless) is in any way inferior to WAV (quality wise)..Because it is not. And as far as beers, I'm a simple man, I prefer coors light..And pork chops..But that's another topic. In order to read AMR codec outside of your mobile, you will need to convert the file to MP3. Although this may sound like rocket science to some, the brilliance of the world wide web makes file conversion a piece of cake for even a novice user. France this flac to mp3 batch converter How to convert .flac to mp3 ID Tag + CD Ripper: Better handling of comments with CRLF and display of such. In Tag Editor carriage breaks shown as GetpopupInfo faster when tags contain a huge binary encoded as UUEncoded text (200KB single txt element) Super-fast processing technology built-in