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mp3splt works well. How well depends on what you have to start with and what you expect for results. More inputs = more outputs. If you know the number of songs contained in the large mp3 files, this helps to tell you the number of output files is correct. You MUST have silence sections between your songs in the large mp3 file. The key for mp3splt is to ...


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As first make sure you have ffmpeg and libav-tools installed, this you can do by typing in terminal (ctrl+alt+t): apt-cache policy ffmpeg libav-tools This should get you an output like the following if both are installed: ffmpeg: Installed: 7:2.8.6-1ubuntu2 Candidate: 7:2.8.6-1ubuntu2 Version table: *** 7:2.8.6-1ubuntu2 500 500 ...


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Answer: use mp3gain and easymp3gain. Explanation: After some research, I have come to understand that the volume normalization can be independent from the music player you use. You have two types of normalization: one normalization on the fly, must be integrated in the audio player another one that replaces the original file with a new file with a ...


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Sometimes avconv and ffmpeg don't work so cleanly, so: sudo apt-get install faad lame faad myfile.m4a lame myfile.wav myfile.mp3 always works for me.


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The proper way to converting is : avconv -i test.webm -c:a libmp3lame test.mp3 or even shorter, without telling to avconv that you want use libmp3lame encoder. avconv -i test.webm test.mp3


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If you have tried the solutions on this page and STILL can not get your .mp3 files to play in Rhythmbox, try this: Open Terminal Enter the following: sudo chmod 777 path/to/YourJamz 2a. Lazy Person Tip: After entering sudo chmod 777 in the terminal, Open Nautilus, find your music files and drag them into the terminal. Terminal will automatically ...



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