peter.garrett at optusnet.com.au
Fri Mar 31 17:23:03 UTC 2006
On Fri, 31 Mar 2006 19:51:42 +0300
Janne Jokitalo <janne.jokitalo at dnainternet.net> wrote:
> Peter Garrett wrote:
> > It isn't intuitively obvious, I know, but mp3splt works with oggs too.
> Yeah, I noticed that. mp3wrap doesn't, though, and that's what I'm actually
> interested in (/me points at the subject line... :p )
> > So you can use it for what you want to do :)
> Not really. It doesn't wrap. :)
> Thanks anyway!
Ah yes - mp3wrap tries to make an mp3 I think... I need to re-read the man
page, but it looks like it doesn't wrap as "ogg"
I just tried this on an experimental file set made with mp3splt though:
cat syrinx_000.00_001.45.ogg syrinx_001.45_003.30.ogg > test.ogg
ogg123 test.ogg plays fine (it identifies the split point but without
pausing) Seems to play fine in beep-media-player and vlc too...
Perhaps you could try this with your split files and see if it works for
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