[gst-devel] Writing audio to a file
jeff_barish at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 25 03:11:56 CET 2008
Jeffrey Barish wrote:
> Michael Smith wrote:
>> On Thu, 2008-01-24 at 13:49 -0700, Jeffrey Barish wrote:
>>> I am not able to write audio to a file (that can be played). I have
>>> audiotestsrc ! audioconvert ! vorbisenc ! filesink location=test.ogg
>> This is dumping raw vorbis packets to a file. Raw vorbis packets don't
>> make any sense; they're not decodable.
>> You need to mux it into a container format (usually ogg); oggmux does
>> So you can use: audiotestsrc ! audioconvert ! vorbisenc ! oggmux !
> I'm not sure how a novice is supposed to figure out something like this,
> especially considering that GStreamer Base Plugins 0.10 Plugins Reference
> Manual doesn't even mention oggmux (although it does mention oggdemux).
> The next thing I wanted to do was to rip a track other than 1 using
> cdparanoiasrc. It seems that cdparanoiasrc has a property "track", but I
> can't find documentation on it either. Other than the documentation, I
> think that GStreamer is pretty nice.
To rip an entire CD with cdparanoiasrc, it seems that I need to set
the "track" property to successive integers from 1 to the number of tracks
on the CD. Does GStreamer provide a way to get the number of tracks on the
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