Grip is a cd-player and cd-ripper for the Gnome desktop.. It has the ripping
capabilities of cdparanoia builtin, but can also use external rippers (such
as cdda2wav). It also provides an automated frontend for MP3 encoders,
letting you take a disc and transform it easily straight into MP3s. Internet
disc lookups are supported for retrieving track information from disc
database servers. Grip works with DigitalDJ to provide a unified
"computerized" version of your music collection.
Grip's usage is:
where the available options are:
--config=CONFIG Specify the configuration file to use
(defaults to .grip, relative to home dir)
--device=DEVICE Specify the cdrom device to use
--scsi-device=DEVICE Specify the generic scsi device to use
--small Launch in "small" (cd-only) mode
--local "Local" mode -- do not look up disc info on
--no-redirect Do not do I/O redirection
--verbose Run in verbose (debug) mode
Getting More Help
For more information, see the online documentation within Grip. It can also
be accessed locally in the source distribution. Load doc/C/grip/grip.html
into an html viewer.
If you need more help with Grip, your best resource is the Grip mailing
list. You will find it at:
Be sure to check the mailing list archives for answers to any questions you
To report a bug with Grip, or to submit a patch. Please do so at the grip
section on sourceforge.net in the tickets area:
You can also ask for help on the Freenode channel #grip, where the main developers hang out.
But be prepared to wait a few hours for answers, as we have jobs and a life outside IRC. ;-)
The main developer team members reside in Europe,
so we use the european timezone … surprise, surprise. :-)
Translations are being managed through the Translation Project.
If you want to help translate Grip, you must do so by
sending translations through the Translaton Project.
For info on how to start, this page is a good start:
Author: Mike Oliphant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Project manager: Johnny A. Solbu (email@example.com)