[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 912871] Re: Converting FLAC to OGGVorbis is poor

Chow Loong Jin hyperair at ubuntu.com
Wed Feb 29 16:47:13 UTC 2012

** Package changed: banshee (Ubuntu) => gstreamer0.10 (Ubuntu)

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  Converting FLAC to OGGVorbis is poor

Status in “gstreamer0.10” package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  I have configured my Android phone as an external device to Banshee to
  encode as OGG Vorbis quality 3. My music library is stored as FLAC on
  a remote NFS server. When I drag a file from the library to the phone,
  Banshee converts the FLAC to OGG Vorbis and adds it to the phone but
  the resulting file has errors resulting in clicks and mutes. I have
  done the same process manually using the command:

  flac -d -c source_file_name.flac | oggenc q3
  -oPathToPhoneSDCard/filename.ogg -

  and the result is a good OGG Vorbis file so the mechanism for creating
  the file on the phone from the nfs share works okay.

  I am using Banshee 2.2.1 on Ubuntu 11.10 with flac 1.2.1 and oggenc
  from vorbis-tools 1.4.0.

  This issue means I can not use Banshee to synchronise my phone's audio
  from my master library.

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