File: org.gnome.sound-juicer.gschema.xml

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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<schemalist>

  <flags id="org.gnome.sound-juicer.paranoia">
    <value nick="disable" value="0"/>
    <value nick="fragment" value="2"/>
    <value nick="overlap" value="4"/>
    <value nick="scratch" value="8"/>
    <value nick="repair" value="16"/>
  </flags>

  <schema gettext-domain="sound-juicer" id="org.gnome.sound-juicer" path="/org/gnome/sound-juicer/">

    <!-- Please note: There is no default value for the 'device' key
                      because Sound Juicer does not handle symlinks like
                      e.g. /dev/cdrom -->
    <key name="device" type="s">
      <default>''</default>
      <summary>The CD to extract from</summary>
      <description>Please note: Sound Juicer currently only handles real device names, no symlinks like e.g. /dev/cdrom. An empty key implicates that the system's default CD-ROM drive will be used.</description>
    </key>

    <key name="eject" type="b">
      <default>false</default>
      <summary>Whether to eject the CD when finished extracting</summary>
    </key>

    <key name="open-completed" type="b">
      <default>false</default>
      <summary>Whether to open the target directory when finished extracting</summary>
    </key>

    <key name="base-uri" type="s">
      <default>''</default>
      <summary>The URI to save the extracted music to</summary>
    </key>

    <key name="path-pattern" type="s">
      <default>'%aa/%at'</default>
      <summary>The directory structure for the files</summary>
      <description>Format specifiers: %at - album title; %aT - album title (lowercase); %aa - album artist; %aA - album artist (lowercase); %as - album artist (sortable); %aS - album artist (sortable lowercase); %ac - album composer; %aC - album composer (lowercase); %ap - album composer (sortable); %aP - album composer (sortable lowercase); %ay - album year; %tt - track title; %tT - track title (lowercase); %ta - track artist; %tA - track artist (lowercase); %ts - track artist (sortable); %tS - track artist (sortable lowercase); %tc - track composer; %tC - track composer (lowercase); %tp - track composer (sortable); %tP - track composer (sortable lowercase).</description>
    </key>

    <key name="file-pattern" type="s">
      <default>'%dn - %tt'</default>
      <summary>The name pattern for files</summary>
      <description>Do not specify an extension. Format specifiers: %at - album title; %aT - album title (lowercase); %aa - album artist; %aA - album artist (lowercase); %as - album artist (sortable); %aS - album artist (sortable lowercase); %ac - album composer; %aC - album composer (lowercase); %ap - album composer (sortable); %aP - album composer (sortable lowercase); %tn - track number (i.e 8); %tN - track number, zero padded (i.e 08); %tt - track title; %tT - track title (lowercase); %ta - track artist; %tA - track artist (lowercase); %ts - track artist (sortable); %tS - track artist (sortable lowercase); %tc - track composer; %tC - track composer (lowercase); %tp - track composer (sortable); %tP - track composer (sortable lowercase); %dn - disc and track number (i.e Disk 2 - 6, or 6); %dN - disc number, zero padded (i.e d02t06, or 06).</description>
    </key>

    <key name="paranoia" flags="org.gnome.sound-juicer.paranoia">
      <default>["fragment","overlap","scratch"]</default>
      <summary>The paranoia mode to use</summary>
      <description>Paranoia flags: disable; fragment; overlap; scratch; repair.</description>
    </key>

    <key name="strip-special" type="b">
      <default>false</default>
      <summary>Whether to strip special characters from filenames</summary>
      <description>If enabled, special characters such as space, wildcards and backslashes will be removed from the output filename.</description>
    </key>

    <key name="audio-profile" type="s">
      <default>'audio/x-vorbis'</default>
      <summary>Media type to encode to</summary>
      <description>The GStreamer media type to encode to.</description>
    </key>

    <!-- Please note: The 'volume' key may be deprecated soon -->
    <key name="volume" type="d">
      <default>1.0</default>
      <summary>Audio volume</summary>
    </key>

  </schema>

</schemalist>