Subject: Re: [ecasound] using mpg123 and lame
From: Evan Langlois (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Dec 19 1999 - 21:11:21 EET
--- Kai Vehmanen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 17 Dec 1999, Evan Langlois wrote:
> > Anyone tried using gogo with ecasound instead?
> > based on LAME, but replaces some key parts with
> It should work fine as a lame replacement (just
> gogo to lame). And of course, you can always use
Actually, a symlink would be preferrable
> "ecasound -i somefile.ext -o stdout | some-program "
> as long as 'some-program' supports reading from
> Unfortunately only a few mp3 encoders support this
> (for instance l3enc and bladeent don't). Replacing
There is an easy fix.
Then run ecasound to output to /tmp/somefile in the
background and have your mp3 encoder read from this
file. I do it all the time with cdparanoia so I can
rip and encode at once - much faster.
> is more difficult, as ecasound needs mpg123's seek
Dunno about that one :/
> Hmm, I guess I could add a generic mp3-target option
> to ~/.ecasoundrc so that you can use all lame
> without renaming.
That would be a beneficial feature I think.
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