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Jessica39

ogg to mp3

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I use Mandriva 2010.0. And I love it. Its very easy to use. I've only been using it for about a month and I dont plan to ever go back to Windows. Anyways I have Amarok version 2.2.0. I have a Sony MP3 player model #NWZ-S615F. When putting music from a cd into Amarok it puts in in ogg format. And when I try to add the music in ogg format to my mp3 player obviously it wont go on the mp3 player.

My question is what do I need that will convert ogg to mp3.

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If I were you I would get amarok to rip to mp3 in the first place rather than transcode from ogg to mp3. There is the potential for loss of quality when transcoding between two lossy formats.

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If i'm correct are on a music cd several folders like ogg, mp3, wave, etc just put the contents of the mp3 folder on your harddisk and load it in amarok.

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If I were you I would get amarok to rip to mp3 in the first place rather than transcode from ogg to mp3. There is the potential for loss of quality when transcoding between two lossy formats.

 

 

I used K3B to Rip. How do I rip in Amarok and how do I set it to rip in the MP3 format.

Thanks

Jessica

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First you'll have to click on 'Easy URPMI' at the top of this page and add PLF Medias. Once that's done, install lame. Lame does the mp3 encoding on Linux. To rip a cd try K3B, KAudioCreator, Audex or Gnormalize.

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It is Firefox

it asks me to open with and to choose an application. There is nothing listed and I click choose. Then it takes me to a box that shows different folders: Search, recently used, Jessica, Desktop, File system, documents, music, pictures, videos, downloads. how do I find the add urpmi media

I did type add urpmi media in the Search option and nothing happened.

thanks

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