November 29, 2008

audio convertor บน Linux

I have use 2 opensource audio convertor LAME and SoX. Two projects is very good, but I like SoX better.

Sox is a general purpose sound converter/player/recorder that supports the following formats:

  • RAW sound data in various data styles
  • RAW textual sound data
  • Amiga 8svx files
  • Apple/SGI AIFF files
  • SUN .au files
    • PCM, U-law, A-law, G7xx ADPCM files
    • mutant DEC .au files
    • NeXT .snd files
  • AVR files
  • CD-R data (music CD format)
  • CVS and VMS files (continous variable slope)
  • GSM raw data (with optional library)
  • Macintosh HCOM files
  • Amiga MAUD files
  • MP3 files (with optional external library)
  • Psion files
  • IRCAM SoundFile files
  • NIST SPHERE files
  • Turtle beach SampleVision files
  • Soundtool (DOS) files
  • Yamaha TX-16W sampler files
  • Sound Blaster .VOC files
  • Ogg Vorbis files (with optional external library)
  • FLAC fiels (with optional external library)
  • Dialogic/OKI ADPCM .VOX files
  • Microsoft .WAV files
    • PCM, U-law, A-law, MS ADPCM, IMA ADPCM, GSM, RIFX (big endian)
  • Psion (palmtop) A-law .WVE files
  • Maxis XA Audio files
    • EA ADPCM (read support only)
  • Record and Play audio on various Unix platforms.
  • null file type that reads and writes from/to nothing
Also SoX can make effect too :)

Opensource not only Sox and Lamp, check another projects like oggenc, ffmpeg, mppenc, flac, Waon (wav->midi)

Cheer! Opensource

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