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Re: MP# (or OGG) -> WAV? How?


On Sun, Nov 17, 2002 at 03:39:31PM +0100, Vincent Hanquez wrote:
> mpg321 --wav file.wav file.ogg
> ogg123 -d wav -f file.wav file.ogg

i have to agree with vincent that this is probably the most 
straightforward way of doing it.  further more, if you have your
stuff separated by album, and sorted in the order that they appear on
the album (for example i have the track number first on every file), 
you can burn a cd in like two commands:

for f in *.ogg; do ogg123 -d wav -f $f.wav $f; done
cdrecord dev=<your,cdr,id> *.wav

also, if you're debating whether or not you should go to ogg, i highly
reccommend it.  first of all, it's a free codec, and many people don't
know that mp3 actually isn't free.  secondly, it's a _better_ codec,
with better audio quality in less disk space, among other reasons.


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