> > 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
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.
Today the internet is becoming more and more Windows specific.
The WMF streaming is becoming more and more popular and is
forcing people to use Windows as operating system.
In Belgium Governomental radios publish WMF for live broadcast.
There is clearly a need to support this standard on Linux.
Does anybody know of any initiative in this direction?
HI i just bought this Internet Keybord from logitech but i have a major
problem with it with Lilo (lastest version 2.6) When my keybord is connected
to the pc Lilo will crash has soone has it sees the keyboard.
But if i unplug it befor lilo loads then plug it in, linux detects it and it
works fine (with no extra fonctionalities, but that is ok)..
What do i need to do to get lilo to work normaly. Some people told me i had
to remake my lilo but it idid not work at all.
I hope that there is someone out here that can help me out with this
situation. I will try to be as brief as possible and still give the details.
I have a bttv card that works fine and is using /dev/video0. So I have a
QuickCam Express USB and I want to set it up on /dev/video1. I load the
module mod_quickcam that came with SuSE and I see in USBView that its
installed and working fine. Then I use xawtv -c /dev/video1 and the screen
opens I get this error in Term:
This is xawtv-3.72, running on Linux/i686 (2.4.10-4GB)
/dev/video1 [v4l]: no overlay support
v4l-conf had some trouble, trying to continue anyway
config: invalid value for input: Television
valid choices for "input": "Camera"
ioctl: VIDIOCMCAPTURE(0,fmt=3,size=176x144): Invalid argument
Now I have been told that is normal. but when xawtv starts I get a green
window with a small line at the top that is video. I can run my hand over the
cam and see it in this small line in xawtv. I look in xconsole and it tells
me, repeated several times:
error: quickcam: frame size is incorrect!
This will repeat until I turn xawtv off. I have been everywhere looking for a
answer for this and how to adjust the frame size to make this work but
nothing. I have been in chat's and all over the web. I even emailed SuSE
about it and no help. Does anybody have any idea on how to get the problem
Thanks for your time,