[theora] question about ogg
bloomd at mchsi.com
Sun Feb 29 07:34:28 PST 2004
If you use Ahead NERO Burning ROM, try these: http://neroplugins.cd-rw.org/
They are plugins for Nero, so you can drag-and-drop Vorbis files (as
well as other formats, such as MusePack and FLAC) into a Nero audio CD
template, and burn them directly.
Ole Tange wrote:
>On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Jon B wrote:
>>I have a ogg file that I would like to burn onto an audio CD. Do I have to convert it in
>>order for standard CD players to recognize it, and if so, what programs *preferably a free
>>one* are available to do this? Thanks for your time - Jon
>This question is not Theora-related but probably Vorbis related.
>Ogg/Vorbis-files should be converted to wav to play in most CD-players:
> ogg123 -d wav -f foo.wav foo.ogg
>I will assume that you know how to make an audio-cd from a bunch of
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