[Wolves] Converting a tree of oggs to mp3s

Ciaran Mooney general.mooney at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 2 21:15:57 UTC 2009


Do you want an OGG player? I have a spare one. It's only 1Gb (i
think), but it plays oggs.


On 3/2/09, Alex Willmer <alex at moreati.org.uk> wrote:
> As a freedom hating jackdaw, I bought an MP3 player that doesn't play
> oggs. This decision has proved incompatible with my ogg vorbis music
> collection.
> Can any of you recommend a tool to convert a directory tree of .ogg
> files into a tree of .mp3 files?
> My first attempt was with a2mp3
> find Music/ -name '*.ogg' -exec a2mp3 \{\} \;
> but a2mp3 doesn't create the necessary directory structure, and I
> don't want to start shell scripting around it. I'm sure this must be a
> solved problem.
> With thanks, Alex
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> Alex Willmer <alex at moreati.org.uk>
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