A Linux CLI tool for converting multiple audio types from one format to another.
It supports the following audio formats:
3G2, 3GP, 8SVX, AAC, AC3, ADTS, AIFF, AL, AMB, AMR, APE, AU, AVR, BONK, CAF, CDR, CVU, DAT, DTS, DVMS, F32, F64, FAP, FLA, FLAC, FSSD, GSRT, HCOM, IMA, IRCAM, LA, MAT, AUD, MAT4, MAT5, M4A, M4R, MP2, MP3, MP4, MP4A, MPC, MPP, NIST, OFF, OFR, OFS, OPUS, OGA,OGG, PAF, PRC, PVF, RA, RAM, RAW, RF64, SD2, SF, SHN, SMP, SND,SOU, SPX, SRN, TAK, TTA, TXW, VOC, VMS, VQF, W64, WAV, WMA, and WV.
It can also extract audio from the following video extensions:
RM, RV, ASF, DivX, MPG, MKV, MPEG, AVI, MOV, OGM, OGV, QT, VCD, SVCD, M4V, NSV, NUV, PSP, SMK, VOB, FLV, WEBM and WMV.
Parallel Processing, a CD ripping function with CDDB support, batch conversion, tag preservation for most supported formats, independent tag reading & writing, service menus for KDE Dolphin/Konqueror, Gnome Nautilus script, and action scripts for Nemo/Thunar are also provided.
- Audio Converter
- Audio Tagger
- Independent Tag Reader
- Tag Preservation
- CD Ripper
- CDDB Lookup
- Parallel Processing
- Recursive Directory Support
- Directory Structure Preservation
- KDE Service Menu For Konqueror & Dolphin
- Gnome Nautilus Script
- Nemo Action Script
- Thunar Action Script
I only needed a specific thing (to change a few mp4 into mp3), and this one worked really well. True a GUI would be easier, but I actually like being able to make scripts, so this is nice. The command I used was pretty basic: pacpl -t mp3 * pacpl = opening the program -t = Translates into mp3 = what I translated the file into * = the "*" just means "do it to everything that's in this folder." You would normally type the name of the file you want to convert into mp3 instead of the * symbol, but this works for me. It looked like there were features for naming schemes as well, which might be a nice if your using it a lot. 5 stars for ease of use and meeting my needs.
thank you , i used this program , and i can convert all my audio files