[Wolves] creating MP3 files under Ubuntu
milboromailings at blueyonder.co.uk
Wed Apr 19 17:16:12 BST 2006
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> OK, this one has me stumped. I've read the forum, done the google
> questing, but can't work out how to rip a CD to make mp3 files (for my
> in car mp3 player) All I can get is an .ogg vorbis file format. Now,
> this might be less evil that mp3, but my player has no idea what the
> hell it is.
Have you performed that voodoo whereby Ubuntu ventures into the world
of the non-free, closed-source codec?
There are ways of manually installing these (eg support for WMV,
QuickTime, Flash), but I have found the Automatix project v effective
in this regard. It solves a raft of issues all at once. Take a look at
to see what it can do.
Note it is for Breezy ONLY at the moment.
Of course, be aware that you are by doing this departing from a
totally free/GPLed OS...
"We all know Linux is great...it does infinite loops in 5 seconds." -
www.milboro.com - www.snurl.com/allbran ~
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