Audio CD MP3 encoding options location?
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Good evening. Running up-to-date Lenny, Konqueror 3.5.9.
I have a problem when trying to copy from audio CD to MP3, using
Konqueror's audio CD functionality.
When I drag a file from the MP3 directory on the audio CD, I find the
following using ps auxww:
$ lame --verbose -x -r -s 44.1 -b 128 -q 2 -m s --tt More Than a
Feeling --ta Boston --tl Boston --ty 1976 --tc --tn
1 - /tmp/kde-curt/MkJ4bc.mp3
yet the resulting MP3 file is utterly corrupt. The entire file is
nasty static noise. This has happened for months, but I recently
rebuilt from Sid to Lenny due to flashplayer problems that have since
Anyway, when I do the same thing with the OGG auto-conversion, it
works just fine.
It also works just fine if I just use lame on the command line to make
the MP3 from the WAV original, so I know Lame works.
The man page says to try "-x" "If your encode sounds like static".
Well, mine sounds like static, and the "-x" is being used. So I would
like to try it WITHOUT the "-x", but I don't know where the command
is stored in KDE in order to find and change it.
Nor can I find any configuration option to turn on or off the "-x".
Where can I look? KDE has to store the command options somewhere.
The Magistrate, enrobed in taxes, condemns the thief in stolen rags.
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