First off, isn't this a suse-multimedia topic?
Thus, I crosspost-move this mail there.
Sjoerd Hiemstra schrieb:
> James Mohr wrote:
> > I want to convert my record collection MP3 and I am looking for a way
> > to do it. Somewhere in my memory is a program that will record what
> > comes into the sound card and indentify the pauses between songs and
> > separate them into individual WAV files. Once in WAV, the conversion
> > to MP3 is pretty easy. However, it is this first step that has me
> > stumped. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreaciated.
> I guess the program you are looking for is DAP (Digital Audio
> Processor), series snd.
Gramofile was made for that purpose, although I have not yet
investigated on the "detect pause time" option (or what was it
> bladeenc Song.aiff
What I am after is that if I copy say 90 min of sound to
say maybe 10 splitted wav tracks, I want to convert them
all (all 10 in one directory) to 10 mp3 files in one command
on the console. i am trying to write me sort of a mp3_2_wav script,
but yet it does not work.
so before i go like reinventing wheels here, has someone such
a script (no x, just console script!) that maybe uses the
mpq123 -w option?
> I suppose that automatically identifying the pauses and separating the
> numbers into individual files is possible with DAP, but I have not
> investigated this.