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draggin 02-19-2005 05:04 PM

Kaudiocreator
 
I have been looking at this program but it does not have an encoder for mp3, there oog, lame and flac but no mp3 any idea where I find the mp3 encoder

Tim

Artanicus 02-19-2005 05:16 PM

lame encodes as mp3

draggin 02-20-2005 04:44 AM

OK tried it but regardless of what encoder I select I get the following error after ripping the first track (the example below was using oog)
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The selected encoder was not found.
The wav file has been removed. Command was: oggenc -o '/home/mit/ogg/Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra/Small World Big Band/Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra - Seventh Son (Sting).ogg' --artist 'Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra' --album 'Small World Big Band' --title 'Seventh Son (Sting)' --date '2001' --tracknum '01' --genre 'Pop' '/tmp/kde-mit/kaudiocreator9yT6gb.wav'
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Any more suggestions

Tim

Artanicus 02-20-2005 05:30 AM

well, the encoders are seperate programs, so if you dont have them installed, kaudiocreator cannot use them

draggin 02-20-2005 06:05 AM

I should of said earlier that I was running Debian testing and KDE 3.3

I did an apt-cache search mp3 encoder which gave me the following

bcde - A Better CD Encoder
arson - KDE frontend for burning CDs
crip - terminal-based ripper/encoder/tagger tool
darkice - Live audio streamer
distmp3 - A Perl client and daemon for distributed audio encoding
flac - Free Lossless Audio Codec - command line tools
grip - GNOME-based CD-player/ripper/encoder
gstreamer0.8-misc - Collection of various GStreamer plugins
jack - Rip and encode CDs with one command
libflac++-dev - Free Lossless Audio Codec - C++ development library
libflac++2c102 - Free Lossless Audio Codec - C++ runtime library
libflac-dev - Free Lossless Audio Codec - C development library
libflac4 - Free Lossless Audio Codec - runtime C library
liboggflac++-dev - Free Lossless Audio Codec - C++ development library (ogg)
liboggflac++0c102 - Free Lossless Audio Codec - C++ runtime library (ogg)
liboggflac-dev - Free Lossless Audio Codec - C development library (ogg)
liboggflac1 - Free Lossless Audio Codec - runtime C library (ogg)
mp3c - MP3Creator - Creator for MP3/OGG-files
ripperx - a GTK-based audio CD ripper/encoder
speex - The Speex Speech Codec
xmms-crossfade - XMMS Plugin for Crossfading / Continuous Output
xmms-flac - Free Lossless Audio Codec - XMMS input plugin

From that list I checked to make sure that I had both libflac4 and liflacogg1 which I did have I added libflac-dev and liboggflac-dev for good measures but this made no differences

Anyother suggestions??

Tim

Artanicus 02-20-2005 06:11 AM

on slackware, oggenc is in a package called vorbis-tools.. You have just the libs installed, you need the tools also.. And if you wana rip mp3, just install a package called lame.. Even debian should have that.. d: Oh wait, it actually might not have cause theyre so scared of lame:s delicate position..

draggin 02-20-2005 11:39 AM

Sorted, got lame from apt-get.org

Tim


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