Ogg encoding puzzle [Solved]

David Fletcher kubuntu-users at thefletchers.net
Sun Jul 29 15:23:31 BST 2007


On Saturday 23 Jun 2007, David Fletcher wrote:
> On Saturday 23 Jun 2007, Steve Grace wrote:
>
>
> So, looked at the oggenc command line in grip. Nothing in there sets
> quality. It just passes artist, track, album, genre etc. So I added
> --quality=3 to the command line and ran grip again. Copied the album to the
> iAUDIO and it plays.
>
> I'll have to try some more albums, but looks like it might now be working,
> thanks.
>
> Dave
>
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I've now repeated the rip+oggencode operation with several albums that refused 
to play on the windoze media player with ogg codec. These new ogg files play 
on windoze media player as well as the iAudio portable player without 
problems, so I think that adding the quality=3 to the ogg codec command in 
grip is the solution to my problems.

Dave


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