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How do you edit the “Preferred Format” settings in Rhythmbox?

I want to read a CD to my music library. I want to use OggVorbis for compression. I want to set the quality level to 6 (or 0.6). In previous versions I could manipulate the GStreamer pipeline manually:

audio/x-raw-float,rate=44100,channels=2 ! vorbisenc name=enc quality=0.6 ! oggmux 

(I have seen that there is an easy to use slider for the quality in Ubuntu 12.10.)

How can I set the quality level for Ogg (and MP3) when "extracting a CD to library" on Ubuntu 12.04?


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marked as duplicate by Jorge Castro, fabricator4, Tom Brossman, stephenmyall, hhlp Jan 7 '13 at 10:42

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

I just found out that the settings for Ogg and MP3 encoding on Ubuntu Precise are already pretty decent. Actually, exactly how I would set them: quality level 6 for Ogg, and quality level 2 for MP3s. Both VBR, of course. This is consistent with the recommendation of Hydrogenaudio for both formats. – Andre Jan 3 '13 at 1:00

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