[vorbis-dev] ogg+vorbis editing tool
shurdeek at panorama.sth.ac.at
Thu Jun 7 23:34:05 PDT 2001
On Fri, Jun 08, 2001 at 10:38:23AM +1000, Michael Smith wrote:
> >I've been wondering, is there a tool (preferably under linux) that allows me
> >simple audio editing of ogg+vorbis file? Say I have a song that takes 2:00 and
> >the last 20 seconds is silence and I want to get rid of it without reencoding.
> >Or could this be done simply in 10 lines in C?
> vcut does this.
Oh yes it does!
> It's a lot more than 10 lines of C. It's also probably difficult to compile
About 10 minutes of trying, I just did a ln -sf ../libvorbis-1.0beta4/lib and
then gcc -o vcut vcut.c -lvorbis -logg and the binary was there.
Strange however, vcut is in my outdated copy of cvs, but not in official
beta4. I wonder why, such a useful tool.
> and not very user friendly.
Well the only non-userfriendly thing is that I had to figure out the "cutpos"
was referring to bytes of the audio (i.e. in my case seconds*44100). Comments
are copied as well.
> I'll probably try to update it and make it a bit nicer some time after next
No need to hurry 'cuz of me, I'm happy :-)
Now I've been wondering, is there a tool for joining files? ;-)
Peter Surda (Shurdeek) <shurdeek at panorama.sth.ac.at>, ICQ 10236103, +436505122023
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