[linux-audio-user] Analyzing ogg files
Gustavo Zamorano S.
gzsuniq at cableonda.net
Mon Dec 1 23:37:49 EST 2003
Yes.. As a Unix user I use the command file too much!...
But, as someone else posted, ogginfo does a better job in this case.
Mark Knecht wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 20:17, Gustavo Zamorano S. wrote:
>>from the shell?
> Hi. I didn't know about file. Thanks! I don't think it's telling me
> too much, or I'm not sure how to read the results. It does tell me
> sample rate, which is a step forward:
> bash-2.05b$ file gmc2.ogg
> gmc2.ogg: Ogg data, Vorbis audio, stereo, 44100 Hz, ~128031 bps, created
> by: Xiphophorus libVorbis I 20011231 (RC3)
> bash-2.05b$ file examplesustain.ogg
> examplesustain.ogg: Ogg data, Vorbis audio, stereo, 44100 Hz, >256000
> ~224000 bps, created by: Xiph.Org libVorbis I 20020717 (1.0)
> I have an ongoing problem with the OSS part of Alsa. I noticed this
> evening that the file examplesustain.ogg doesn't have the problem, while
> pretty much every other ogg or wave file I play does. I was thinking
> that one of these might be 16-bit, or 24-bit, etc., or something like
> that, but I don't see that here.
> I looked at the man page, but nothing jumped out at me.
> Thanks very much though.
> - Mark
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