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1. Feauters (and bugs) of the mp3toogg suite
3. Download mp3toogg from sourceforge
6. About the author
The mp3toogg 2.0 release (see the ChangeLog) suite is composed of two programs:
Requires: mpg321, mp3info, oggenc, vorbiscomment.
Usage: mp3toogg [OPTION] FILE... DIRECTORY...
-b VALUE: force output bitrate instead of automatically choosing the best one (useful for downsampling)
-c: do not delete mp3 file after a correct conversion
-f: try to convert mp3 files regardless of their exstension
-h: display this page and exit
-l: write to log file instead of stderr
-n: don't follow symlinks
-o: replace existing ogg file if needed
-q: minimum verbosity level (display only fatal errors and license on stderr)
-r: descend into subdirectories
-V: print version information and exit
Requires: zenity, mp3toogg.
No parameters are needed (this is really an end-user interface! :-) )
KNOWN ISSUE: new versions of zenity (>= 2.6) don't allow selection of directories, this means that with those versions you won't be able to convert the entire directory content via gui-interface. This is a zenity bug.
You can download the latest release of this program from the sourceforge site
Packagers: Are you willing to find mp3toogg packaged for your distribution? Do it! Show what you
can and provide a package. ;-)
Translators: Make mp3toogg speak your tongue! Take the po/mp3toogg.pot file and translate the messages.
Hints: use msginit with -l option (referer to msginit man page); emacs has a very good po mode; graphical tools for gnome and kde exist: gtranslator and kbabel.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
Here you are the details of the full GPL License.
Hi, I'm Alfredo Pironti. I'm from Turin, in the North of Italy. I've got a first level degree in IT engineering and I'm continuing to study it at Politecnico di Torino.
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