Subject: Re: [ecasound] mp3 and other problems
From: Dave Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 25 2000 - 15:45:31 EEST
"S. Massy" wrote:
> It looks like your mp3's are at different sampling rates; ecasound
> always assumes that it's being fed with data sampled at 44100Hz,
> stereo. You have to tell it the truth using the -f switch. For
> example, if you're playing a stereo mp3 that's been downsampled to 32 KHz
> you would do:
> # ecasound -f:16le,2,32000 -i:file.mp3
Got it. I didn't realize ecasound didn't auto-adjust for various rates.
Btw, is there a simple way to determine the sr of an MP3 before playing
== Dave Phillips
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