The July 2001 edition (issue 10 ) of Linux Magazine (www.linux-
magazine.co.uk) dedicates a good portion of the magazine to CD burining.
A sub-article mentions converting between audio file formats.
For .mp3 to .wav, they mention mpg123 and for .wav to .mp3 they mention
I do not know of any utility to go directly from one format to another
without doing something with a .wav file. You may want to search for
utils that convert .wav to .au, and then write a shell script to do the
whole conversion for you.
On 26 Sep 2001, at 15:09, Ruairi Newman wrote:
> Hi all,
>> Looking for opinions on the best (preferably GPL'd) audio file format
> conversion util available for Linux. Required functionality is conversion
> from .au (SUN audio) to MP3/WAV
>> A flight attendant's comment on a less than perfect landing:
> "We ask you to please remain seated as Captain Kangaroo bounces
> us to the terminal".
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