[GRLUG] mp3 encoding in Debian
david at pembrook.net
Mon Jun 26 12:51:11 EDT 2006
I did a net install with a 2.4 kernel (was installing asterisk at the
time which is also running nice). I imagine I can download a binary for
lame. I was looking for an apt solution for the underlying components to
make the web interface for a jukebox a no brainer if I released the web
I'd like to make a web interface that handles ripping, burning, and
playing audio. I want my wife or daughter to be able to drop a blank cd
and make a cd to go for the car, or drop in a new cd and add it to the
collection with a click. All the software exists, the key is to make it
dead simple. The web interfaces I've seen aren't complete, some aren't
even complete as far as playing media let alone ripping and burning.
john-thomas richards wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 26, 2006 at 11:45:28AM -0400, David Pembrook wrote:
>> without compiling lame?
>> john-thomas richards wrote:
>>> On Sun, Jun 25, 2006 at 09:05:48PM -0400, David Pembrook wrote:
>>>> I've been trying to get a Debian setup ripping to mp3 to no avail. I can
>>>> rip just fine to ogg but I have an extensive mp3 collection already and
>>>> have no desire to switch formats. apt and google have been no help lol..
>>>> I've got "jack" and "abcde" working fine with ogg, I prefer jack so far.
>>>> Any thoughts?
> Yes, without compiling lame abcde will encode to mp3. Lame must be
> installed, however. Why did you have to compile it? Which Debian
> version are you running?
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