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On Thu, 23 Mar 2000, Federico Schwindt wrote:
> Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 18:26:00 -0300
> From: Federico Schwindt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Jeffrey Flowers <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: MP3s
> > Fellow Users,
> > I have become interested in MP3s, specifically, creating them for later
> > playback on my OpenBSD 2.6 machine.
> > I would be interested in hearing what software you are using to do this,
> > and if it is (hopefully) OpenBSD
> > native.
> tosha + mp3encode. Works great. I can even make 160k mp3's.
I've been doing mine mostly with cdda2wav and bladeenc on linux. I have
used tosha with a scsi toshiba drive with lots of success at home (I think
it must have been under freebsd 3.4 at that time...).
Under linux, I like using cdparanoia for ripping.
As far as encoding goes bladeenc lets you encode at least in 112, 128,
160, 192 and 256k (I usually go for 160 or 192)
just my 0.02$ CDN (not worth much nowadays..)
btw: I use 'abcde' (a better cd encoder) to automate the ripping, cddb
lookup, encoding, naming of the files, and setting of id3 tags.. great
- Re: MP3s
- From: Bob Beck <email@example.com>
- Re: MP3s
- From: "Federico Schwindt" <firstname.lastname@example.org>