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An Audacity 'project' has a file structure as follows: An *.aup Project File which is a simple xml file used as a reference file, thus not a big file in itself. A *_data folder containing many, many small .au files which are segments of the working file stored in uncompressed, lossless format = the large file sizes that you have experienced. Storing in a ...


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Under Xenial Xerus the best choice is to use fdkaac: sudo apt-get install fdkaac Then the following syntax should be helpful: AAC-LC For a single file try this: fdkaac -b 128k --moov-before-mdat --afterburner 1 -o output.m4a input.wav and for a directory of wav files try the following: mkdir aac && \ for j in *.wav do fdkaac -b 128k --moov-...


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Here it is, 64bit wget https://mirror.umd.edu/ubuntu/pool/main/libv/libvorbis/libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_amd64.deb sudo apt install -f 32bit wget https://mirror.umd.edu/ubuntu/pool/main/libv/libvorbis/libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_i386.deb sudo dpkg -i libvorbis0a_1.3.5-3_i386.deb sudo apt install -f Bear in mind, you will ...


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Well, call me a noob, but I tried John1024's suggestion and it gave me an error, so I tried figuring it out on my own. I made a file named readline.sh that contained the following: #!/bin/bash file=$1 # $1 contains the argument passed > line.txt # create/empty line.txt IFS=$'\n' # set Internal Field Separator to '\n' for line in `cat $file` ...


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I am guessing that you want to display filenames along side their hexadecimal value. In that case, here is a simple line of code to demonstrate that that is possible: $ touch abc 'd e f' $ find . -maxdepth 1 -type f -exec sh -c 'printf "%-10s %s\n" "$1" "$(printf "$1" | xxd -pu )"' None {} \; ./abc 2e2f616263 ./d e f 2e2f6420652066 The idea is ...



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