olafra at gmail.com
Sun Mar 12 10:15:11 UTC 2006
You should look for a solution for your mac or if you have a pc
because there is no access to aa files on linux, jet. Please do
complain to audible and point them to gstreamer because
it´s going to be used with Nokia 770 and the next Palm
platform. My iPod shuffle has solved alot of my aikes about
audible, but it is frustrating to not be able to use it on
linux. Gstreamer0.8-aa is for ascii art.
On 3/12/06, Dick Davies <rasputnik at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/03/06, Tristan Wibberley <maihem at maihem.org> wrote:
> > Dick Davies wrote:
> > > Anyone have a method of converting audible (.aa) files to a less
> > > hideous format?
> > Never even heard of that one. Do you mean Sun Audio? If so, the package
> > "sox" can convert.
> No, it's the format audible.com use for their audiobooks (tha'ts the only place
> I've seen it anyway).
> I don't have an ipod so I'm trying to put the tracks on CD and it's a long drawn
> out crappy manual process on the mac - I wondered if there's an easier way
> on ubuntu.
> There's a gstreamer0.80-aa library, so I'm expecting to be able to have
> Rhythmbox play them as least.
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