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Old 08-21-2010, 01:31 AM   #1
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LXer: Vanilla Audacity in Fedora can't import MP3 audio - but there's an easy fix


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I use Audacity for podcast audio capture and production on a variety of platforms, and the speed with which my new Lenovo G555 (AMD Athlon II at 2.1 GHz) mixes down to MP3. I can't remember adding the LAME package from RPMFusion, but I must have done that because I tested that feature before I needed to edit a podcast and all was working fine. What I forgot to test was the ability of Audacity in Fedora 13 to import MP3 audio,

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