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Ogg can encapsulate various [[Sound|audio]] and [[Video|video]] formats: [[Vorbis]], [[FLAC]], [[Speex]], [[CELT]], [[Theora]], [[Dirac]]...
Ogg can encapsulate various [[Sound|audio]] and [[Video|video]] formats:
Opus
Vorbis
FLAC
Speex
CELT
Theora
Dirac
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== mp3 ==

 . '''[[WikiPedia:MP3|MP3]]''' is an audio coding format for digital audio.

MP3 is a widely supported, lossy audio compression format with a lower compression ratio than Ogg.

 * Convert a mp3 to an audio [[CDDVD|CD]] track with [[DebianPkg:mpg321]]: {{{mpg321 --cdr my_track.cdr my_track.mp3}}}
 * Convert all mp3 files to CD tracks: {{{=1; for f in *.mp3; do mpg321 --cdr /tmp/$(printf %02d.cdr $i) "$f"; let i++; done}}}

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This page describes some audio formats and how to use them in Debian

Contents

  1. Ogg
  2. mp3

Ogg

  • Ogg is a free, open container format maintained by the Xiph.Org Foundation. It is unrestricted by software patents and designed to provide for efficient streaming and manipulation of high-quality digital multimedia. The Ogg container format can multiplex a number of independent streams for audio, video, text (such as subtitles), and metadata.

Many programs in Debian support Ogg playback/recording. Use vorbis-tools for command line manipulation of Ogg files.

Ogg can encapsulate various audio and video formats: Opus Vorbis FLAC Speex CELT Theora Dirac

mp3

  • MP3 is an audio coding format for digital audio.

MP3 is a widely supported, lossy audio compression format with a lower compression ratio than Ogg.

  • Convert a mp3 to an audio CD track with mpg321: mpg321 --cdr my_track.cdr my_track.mp3

  • Convert all mp3 files to CD tracks: =1; for f in *.mp3; do mpg321 --cdr /tmp/$(printf %02d.cdr $i) "$f"; let i++; done


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