JACK Audio Connection Kit (server and example clients)


All systems
curl cmd.cat/jack_load_test.sh
Debian Debian
apt-get install jackd1
apt-get install jackd1
apk add jack
Arch Arch Linux
pacman -S jack
image/svg+xml Kali Linux
apt-get install jackd1
brew install jack
apt-get install jackd1
docker run cmd.cat/jack_load_test jack_load_test powered by Commando


JACK Audio Connection Kit (server and example clients)

JACK is a low-latency sound server, allowing multiple applications to connect to one audio device, and to share audio between themselves. This package contains the daemon jackd as well as some example clients.


Rip and encode CDs with one command

Jack has been developed with one main goal: making OGGs (or MP3s) without having to worry. There is nearly no way that an incomplete rip goes unnoticed, e.g. jack compares WAV and OGG file sizes when continuing from a previous run. Jack also checks your HD space before doing anything (even keeps some MB free). Jack is different from other such tools in a number of ways: - it supports different rippers and encoders - it is very configurable - it doesn't need X - it can "rip" virtual CD images like the ones created by cdrdao - when using cdparanoia, cdparanoia's status information is displayed and archived for all tracks, so you can see if something went wrong - it uses sophisticated disk space management, i.e. it schedules its ripping/encoding processes depending on available space. - freedb query, file renaming and id3/ogg-tagging - it can resume work after it has been interrupted. If all tracks have been ripped, it doesn't even need the CD anymore, even if you want to do a freedb query. - it can do a freedb query based on OGGs alone, like if you don't remember from which CD those OGGs came from. - freedb submissions