[NBLUG/talk] CD collections
waggie at waggie.net
Mon Dec 10 09:58:30 PST 2007
Glad to hear you're up and running. :) It's possible that JuK has MP3
support removed explicitly due to legal reasons.
Jack Smith wrote:
> On Dec 10, 2007 12:18 AM, Christopher Wagner <waggie at waggie.net
> <mailto:waggie at waggie.net>> wrote:
> Ok, thanks for the info.. Let's see if we can't get this sorted
> out, then..
> My configuration settings that seem to be related to what you're
> to achieve:
> The temporary storage where it holds the uncompressed wav file:
> Under Config -> Rip -> Ripper -> Rip file format:
> Encoder to use (see below):
> Under Config -> Encode -> Encoder -> Encoder: lame
> Storage location for the encoded files.
> Under Config -> Encode -> Encoder -> Encode file format:
> Storage location for the playlist (m3u) files.
> Under Config -> Encode -> Options -> M3U file format:
> Encoder to use -- I'm using lame here (which create MP3s), OGG is
> a far
> superior format, but it not widely supported by commercial
> widgets. I'd
> be using OGG exclusively if my car stereo supported them, but
> since it
> doesn't, I'm stuck with MP3s.
> I'm hoping this info will get you started in the right direction. The
> paths I have above point to the 'mp3' folder in my home directory, but
> if you're storing your files in /music, then change it appropriately
> (~/mp3/ would become /music/).
> Let me know what you come up with.
> - Chris
> OK, late last night I tripped over just about the same thing. I was
> shooting blind and I _knew_ the extension didn't matter, because Linux
> checks the actual file, but I changed my rip extension to .wav and it
> almost worked. Same thing you used, go figure why it's needed.
> Anyway, that let mplayer play the encoded mp3s, but not JuK. I just
> started out trying things and lo and behold, OGG worked with JuK. Now
> you go and tell me it's better anyway. Thanks for your efforts, I'm
> happy now and busy pumping Christmas music onto my computer.
> Jack Smith
> English doesn't borrow from other languages -- English follows other
> languages down dark alleys and takes what it wants.
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