hi! does anyone know of ram to mp3 converter? ram is a realplayer thing. i need to convert them to mp3 to put on my ipod.
If you can play them with XMMS, you can set the output plugin to .wav and XMMS will create a .wav of it.
Other tools probably can do the same, but I only have experience with XMMS.
A bus station is where a bus stops.
A train station is where a train stops.
On my desk I have a workstation.
mplayer can play them, so you can use mencoder.
i found this script that work nice (input: any sound file supported by mplayer, output: mp3)
rm -f rmfifo mkfifo rmfifo (mplayer -ao pcm -aofile rmfifo "$1" &) lame -h --abr 192 rmfifo $1.mp3 rm -f rmfifo
If mplayer can't do it, you can play them with realplayer and, while they're playing, use audacity to record from the sound card. Then you can save them as mp3.
thats what i've been doing but it takes too long. plus some of the tracks are close to 25 minutes each. i'm not really into all this media stuff, but my mom asked me when i had nothing better to do so i thought i'd give it a try.