[Icecast] Modify MP3 Files From Shell
andy at milonic.com
Tue Mar 7 03:49:48 PST 2006
Yes, I'm now using Sox and it's fantastic, it's just what I needed.
Thanks very much you lot, you are a great community :-))
I owe you one.
----- Original Message -----
From: "adam" <adam at xs4all.nl>
To: "Andy Woolley" <andy at milonic.com>
Cc: "icecast" <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 3:03 AM
Subject: Re: [Icecast] Modify MP3 Files From Shell
> hey Andy,
> you could use sox
> something like
> sox old.mp3 new.mp3 fade t 3 0 0
> you need to first compile sox with libmad or libmp3lame
> ..on Mon, Mar 06,
> 2006 at 10:30:27PM -0000, Andy Woolley wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Sorry about the off topic post but I'm having trouble finding anything
>> will work, thought one of you guys might have a quick answer to my
>> Anyway, I'm looking for a tool that will add fade in and fade out to a
>> file. The problem is that this needs to be a Linux command line utility
>> either Open Source or propriatry. I'd like to add a nice fade in and fade
>> out to some 30 second sound snippets, anybody?
>> Your help will be most appreciated.
>> Thanks very much,
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