tim at akwebsoft.com
Thu Nov 14 17:58:44 CET 2013
* Tim Johnson <tim at akwebsoft.com> [131113 17:06]:
> I've written an application that does some audio file conversions.
> I use mutagen for some of the mp3 file manipulation, but to convert
> ogg files to mp3 format I've been using subprocess to run the
> ogg2mp3 perl utility. (available from http://marginalhacks.com/) by
> David Madison.
> It's a "spot on" great app, but I would like to be able to "keep it
> all one codebase".
> Are there any python utility that anyone could recommend?
I've downloaded ogg2mp3.py (http://emptybits.com/ogg2mp3/ogg2mp3)
by Darren Stone http://bitmason.com, I've compared two
Thus far, the perl utility produces a clearer playback, but I have
not yet played with the options available from the python script.
Both scripts rely on oggdec, ogginfo and lame.
On the mac available through macports, available on other *nixes as
If anyone is interested, I'd welcome feedback on the python script
above and I will fiddle with it (not being an audio expert) to see
if I can get the playback improved.
I've looked at pymedia also. Have not tested it.
tim at tee jay forty nine dot com or akwebsoft dot com
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