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Old 2020-12-07, 08:30 AM
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create st5 cheksum using command line?

Hello
I have some question about to create st5 checksum for my bootlegs using command line option

I have a lot of bootlegs audios and inside of them some folder contains "Disk 1" and "Disk 2" that contains the flac files.

Actually im using TLH to create st5 checksum but unfortunatelly, i must to create one by one, but no all massive and save each one in corresponding folder.

I would like to create a script (win or Linux) where the scrip can navegate in each bootlegs and check all the subfolder that contains *.flac files and save the checksum in each fodler but I dont understand so much how the shntool can create st5 checksum

If the script works, I can share here for you, very helpfull for who need create massive st5 checksum.

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Old 2020-12-08, 12:50 PM
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Re: create st5 cheksum using command line?

Can you explain a little bit of the purpose/use for an st5 of this size? If I am to understand this correctly, you want an st5 for an entire directory with many, many bootlegs?
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Old 2020-12-09, 03:10 PM
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Re: create st5 cheksum using command line?

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Can you explain a little bit of the purpose/use for an st5 of this size? If I am to understand this correctly, you want an st5 for an entire directory with many, many bootlegs?
No, my idea is creating a st5 checksum in each audio bootleg folder. Actually, we have use TLH to create st5 checksum but only you can create manually one by one in each folder, my idea is to automate this process and create in each folder a checksum file

I've made some testing and only I need use:

shntool hash *.flac > checksum.st5
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