Posts Tagged ‘mp3’

There are a number of ways to convert CDs into MP3s in Ubuntu. For me, the best choice is Sound Juicer because of it’s filename flexibility and ability to deal with compilations. Setting it all up is also very simple. Only two packages are required from the repository. They can be installed with the following […]

Getting MP3s working on Amarok

Posted: 26th July 2009 by Tim in Ubuntu
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Amarok, by default, does not come with the MP3 codecs installed. This is for a variety of reasons that I’m not going to go in to here. To get MP3s working in amarok, or to listen to internet radio, you need to install the libxine1-ffmpeg package. In ubuntu, that means doing the following: sudo apt-get […]