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Re: Linux apps to convert music files to MP3



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On 12/31/2008 05:40 PM, Jim wrote:
> Steven Stern wrote:
> On 12/31/2008 05:24 PM, Jim wrote:
>  
>>>> Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
>>>>    
>>>>> Em Qua 31 Dez 2008, Jim escreveu:
>>>>>  
>>>>>      
>>>>>> Mark Haney wrote:
>>>>>>           
>>>>>>> Jim wrote:
>>>>>>>               
>>>>>>>> Does Linux have any Appa for converting music files to MP3 to play
>>>>>>>> on Ipods.
>>>>>>>>                     
>>>>>>> What kind of music files?  CDRipper will do CD's to MP3 (as long as
>>>>>>> lame is installed).  I'm sure there are others for that.
>>>>>>>                 
>>>>>> I don't want to burn them to CD's.
>>>>>> I want to convert wav,ogg music files to mp3 to play on a apple
>>>>>> Shuffle, Since I have started using Linux, I'm getting to be a "tight
>>>>>> wad" to cheap to pay for MP3s .
>>>>>>             
>>>>> SoundConverter will do the job.
>>>>>
>>>>> []'s
>>>>> Marcelo
>>>>>
>>>>>         
>>>> SoundConverter seems to converts a wav file to a ogg file.
>>>>
>>>> I want to convert to a MP3 file.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>     
> ffmpeg
> 
>>

> Is there a front-end for ffmpeg, I would play  "H" trying to figure
> howto run ffmpeg from the command line.

There are about 16 million switches (man ffmpeg or google it), but I
find  "ffmpeg -i file.wav file.mp3" generally works.


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  Steve
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