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Post subject: Audio converter  PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 08:48



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Does someone know a good sound converter that also supports aac?
I've already tried SoundKonverter, but it hasn't worked for me.
 
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Post subject: RE: Audio converter  PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 10:03



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ffmpeg perhaps?
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 11:57



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audacity? but not a kde app.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 13:11



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You can use soundkonverter and select ffmpeg as plugin. Just checked, all OK.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 19:44



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what about shntool? command line tool but really easy to use
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shntool conv -o flac *.ape

-will convert from .ape to flac (u need to have the right codecs installed)
i know it supports aac
 
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Post subject: Thanks! (Fast reply)  PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 22:42



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Thanks for your tips! Mr. Green
I will first try out ffmpeg pure and then shntool for comparision.

@catalinus

I've audacity installed - it doesn't support aac. Sad

@blackhole

I don't know why, but it doesn't work here - it stops in the middle of the progress and restarts, but slower. Then it aborts in the middle again and starts converting another file - same procedure.
 
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Post subject: RE: Thanks! (Fast reply)  PostPosted: 09.10.2010, 22:55



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I always used ffmpeg to convert single audio or video files (which is rather simple and convenient I think) - just wondering: Is it as handy to batch-convert a heap of files at once? If yes, how so?
 
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