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Burn Audio CDs on Linux with a Perl Script


A Perl script that uses mpg123 to convert MP3s to WAVs.
Most linux users know that if they want to make an audio cd from their mp3 collection it can be somewhat troublesome. Due to the licensing cost involved with the mp3 codec, it's not included by default in most distros of linux. Therefore, your cd burning programs can't convert the MP3s to WAVs so they can be burned to a cd and be playable in cd players. For those of you who don't know, those magic audio cds you buy in the store are just a bunch of WAV files on a cd. And if you're smart, you've realized that if you were to take WAV files and burn them directly to a cd, it would work.
 read more | mail this link | score:4908 | -Ray, December 3, 2007
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