[Ardour-Users] embedded ogg/mp3

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Nov 11 18:34:21 PST 2008

Wendy Van Wynsberghe wrote:
> hello gentlemen,
> Nice timing.
> I have just recorded a fine interview on a zoom h2, in mp3 quality,
> because my sd card was almost full, and now to get it into ardour I do
> have to go through some twists
> I use the gnome soundconvertor to convert to wav -> then I need to
> convert again to 48000hz , because with my internal soundcard, jack
> refuses 44100 samplerate  :-/
> (which I do in Ardour itself)
> So, I was curious about your attached script, patrick, but it is a bin
> -> what to do with it?
> run it in a terminal? stick it into a certain folder? is it for linux?
> (i know ffmpeg should do this in a jiffy, but I have no time to rtfm :-))

The script is really only useful for converting a playlist. It should 
run on a mac if you have oggenc and lame in your path.

To convert a single file just run

    lame --decode file.mp3


> greetz
> wendy
> (note: don't get lost into the forrest of compression is good/bad ->
> there is no easy way out!
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Patrick Shirkey
Boost Hardware Ltd.

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