need a bash script to batch convert .wav to .mp3
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 22, 2007
i take it there is no bash subforum so ill just right here.
i have installed the lame encoder, and i wanna write a bash script that reads the contents of a given folder, and runs a command for each file in it.. so basically batch process wav to mp3 conversion.
the files will obviously be *.wav files, the output should be the same file names with .mp3 instead of .wav, and the command is 'lame' along with some options....
i know little of bash in order to carry that out and im hoping that i will start understanding a few things once i see how this hopefully simple script works...
anyone has any idea/ has done it ?
ssh to myworldbook for mp3 files
- date: April 18, 2010
I would like to back up my music collection to a Western Digital MyWorldbook 1TB using grsync and I am running into trouble.
The music collection is at:
The IP of my worldbook is:
I have SSH enabled. However, when I try to start the back up ... the files (strangely) go to /home/wilson ... a 10gb partition on my local disk.
The music collection lives on a 480 gb partition of my local disk.
The Western Digital back up I have has DRM .. it is awful.. don't buy one. www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2007/12/western-digital/
I worked through the how-to's and installed SSH and a nice web interface: http://martin.hinner.info/mybook/
1) How do I create a copy of ./Music on the western digital drive?
destination: ssh [email protected]
and in the directory: /shares/internal/PUBLIC/SAMSAM
* I checked -- there is plenty of room in the destination directory
** from the terminal I
[SOLVED] Advice on finding a good mp3 player with android remote control for headless box.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 3, 2011
I'm currently using squeezecenter software connected to a softsqueeze player. My audio system is connected to the audio out of my computer.
Squeezedroid on my Android phone controls the squeezecenter and my music is organized in a folderstructure (so no mp3 tags).
The goal is to have as much control as possible through a webinterface/android remote since the whole thing runs on a box without monitor.
Although this works pretty good, I was wondering if you could share some experience or advice with other software that does this job?
Streaming MP3's from Windows
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 7, 2008
Search has failed, so here is the question...
I have all my MP3's on a windows server. To play then on other MS boxes I have foobar running and configured to stream from the MS server. Is there a way to do something like that in 8.04? I don't have the HD space to copy the files to this machine.
mp3 stream through ssh port forward???
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 30, 2004
I work at a location with a strict firewall that really irritates me. I IM and surf the web through my house at work using dynamic port forwarding with ssh (creating a SOCKS proxy on the localhost). I've been using this for some time, and it works great. However, I've got a few shoutcast stations I'd love to listen to at work, but once again, their firewall blocks it. Anyone know how to listen to mp3 streams through a ssh port forwarding???
I've tried setting up the SOCKS proxy that ssh establishes in the xmms plugin, but still no joy. Any tips out there????
Recommendations for Pandora/mp3 player with Android remote control feature?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 19, 2011
I am looking to setup a box to play music from Pandora and mp3 audio files over a wifi connection which will also have the ability to control the player from an Android client.
I have briefly looked at XBMC and Boxee, but I have no need to play video files, so I not sure if those are overkill for just playing Pandora.
Any other suggestions for a solution? The simpler the better. ;-)
LXer: How to cut, split or edit mp3 file on Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 13, 2013
Published at LXer:
If you are a music enthusiast, you may often want to edit MP3 files for various reasons. In Linux, there are many free MP3 editor software tools at your disposal. This tutorial explains how to cut, split or edit MP3 files by using a Linux tool called audacity.
mp3 to text converter
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 20, 2008
Is there an application that can convert mp3 to text. Why? Could perform text searches for audio content (I listen to tons of audio news shows, would be easier than taking notes)
Batch rename folders en masse to remove prefix
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 23, 2009
Posting this here for reference in hopes that it will help someone someday... I couldn't find anything on the web exactly about this (there were a lot of things that were close) so I had to figure it out myself.
I wanted to batch rename folders to remove a prefix. There were other directories that didn't have the prefix. So my original folders for example were
Prefix - Folder One Name
Prefix - Another Folder
Prefix - Testing
and I wanted to rename these to
Folder One Name
The final code I got working was
for i in Prefix*;do mv "$i" "$(echo $i|cut -c9-)";done
The for loop runs on all files with the prefix. I needed the double quotes "" because some folders had spaces and that confused linux. $ for absolute references. bash executes any command in parenthesis () and returns the result as a string. cut -c#- cuts # of characters from the beginning and | pipes the filename to th
New to Linuxwant to convert Youtube to MP3
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 11, 2012
I just started playing with Linux (Mint 13). My first desire is to figure out how to get a Youtube video to MP3 conversion On The Fly without going to some website. I find info on this, but it is over my head with the command terms like FFMEPG (?) or youtube -dl. In time, I may understand this, but now, it's at 3000 feet altitude. Can anyone bring down to my level. I do know how to open the terminal window. Thanks for any help.
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