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In a terminal, first browse to the folder that contains all of your music using cd, for example: cd /home/username/music/wma-to-convert The following will make a list of all files in the current folder and all subfolders ending in "wma" and store the list in a text document called wma-files.txt: find . -type f | grep wma$ > wma-files.txt Or you could ...


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use gnac, it's fast and it converts all sorts of formats sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gnac then just search for it in applications, drag and drop the file into the open gnac window or open the file from gnash itself You can do a recursive search from nautilus on the file type to isolate all the files. Use CTRL + A to select all the files and ...


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If you are missing Codecs, you can try this command: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras That should install the missing packages for multimedia.


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MP3 is an audio format. Ubuntu can play both out of the box. Use Rhythmbox Music Player for audio and Ubuntu's default video player. You can also use VLC which plays both.


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You can still use ffmpeg from FFmpeg if you prefer (like I do). You have two main choices, and a PPA: Download a static build of ffmpeg This is easy and supports MP3 encoding. Just go to the FFmpeg Download page and get one of the "Linux Static Builds". Or if you're lazy: wget http://ffmpeg.gusari.org/static/32bit/ffmpeg.static.32bit.latest.tar.gz tar ...


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In Ubuntu >=14.04 just use avconv instead of ffmpeg it's a fork and it's seems it accept same command line options. Install the libav-tools package to get it.


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You can use Sound Converter. Sound Converter is a gnome sound conversion available for Linux. You can convert music files into another format (OOG, MP3 and Flac). The tool is very simple, just add the files, set the destination directory and convert the files.SC To install, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, ...



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