If you have MPlayer and sox, you can do it like this:
Put this in a script file e.g. wma2ogg.sh
for file in *.*wma* do
wavfile=$(echo $file | sed -e s/wma/wav/)
oggfile=$(echo $file | sed -e s/wma/ogg/)
mplayer -ao pcm "$file" "$wavfile"
sox "$wavfile" "$oggfile"
chmod 755 wma2ogg.sh
Execute it in the directory where all your WMA files are palced.
You also need libogg installed.
Good luck :)
Peter Van Lone wrote:
What tool can I use in SUSE10 to convert WMA files to
My kid ripped a ton of cds for me, a couple years ago, to WMA format.
I'd like to convert all of those to OGG so that I can play them in
Is there a preferred tool for doing this? Or is there anyway to play
WMA files in Amarok?