Subject: Re: Bug#284312: OGG recording with low bit-rates doesn't work
From: Junichi Uekawa (dancer_AT_netfort.gr.jp)
Date: Mon Dec 06 2004 - 01:23:43 EET
I've received the following bugreport from a Debian user.
I have a feeling that it's more of a problem with
oggenc, but is anyone working with this, or worked around this
At Sun, 5 Dec 2004 12:44:37 +0000,
Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> Package: ecasound
> Version: 2.3.5-6
> Severity: normal
> Recording audio in OGG format with low bit-rates doesn't work. For
> ecasound -f:16,1,22050 -i /dev/dsp -o somefile.ogg
> fails to write the .ogg file and we get the (unhelpful) error:
> | (eca-engine) Warning! An output object has raised an error! Out of disk
> | space, permission denied, etc?
> ecasound seems to run:
> oggenc -b 128 --raw --raw-bits=16 --raw-chan=1 --raw-rate=22050 \
> --raw-endianness 0 --output=somefile.ogg -
> but the -b 128 option is incompatible with the bit-rate. Removing
> -b 128 works for me, but I don't know if that's acceptable as a
> general solution.
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