[aclug-L] Re: MP3 to CDR converter?
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* John Goerzen <jgoerzen@xxxxxxxxxxxx> [2002 Jul 02 16:25 -0500]:
> Many command-line mp3 players have this ability.
> The lame (www.mp3dev.org) MP3 encoder also has this ability (lame --decode).
Of course that seems natural. I've not used lame, prefering XMMS
instead. I will try that.
> Most will give WAV output, which you can then burn directly with cdrecord
> (it will convert to CDR on the fly) or you can convert to CDR with sox.
XCDRoast seems to only want to deal with .wav anyway so that is the
format I really wanted. However, I specified .cdr so I would steered
toward a utility that decoded to 44.1 kHz 2 channel audio.
> Hope this helps.
Thanks much for the tip.
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