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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    Get "Grip",and you can adjust everything including Rip Bitrate.
    You need "Lame" and "Liblame" to encode to MP3 (Synaptic for them)
    Last edited by titus1950; April 11th, 2005 at 05:30 PM.

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    Lightbulb Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    vaskark,

    Quote Originally Posted by vaskark
    Here is my current pipeline for encoding in MP3:

    audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc preset=1001

    So are you saying that I replace "preset=1001" with "vbr=false bitrate=192" ? I tried that and received the same error.
    I tried it out now. You can test the impact of the various settings by executing a gstreamer pipeline on your command prompt:
    Code:
    gst-launch-0.8 filesrc location=music.wav ! wavparse ! lame ! filesink location=music.mp3
    This obviously assumes a "music.wav" input file in the current working directory. By adding options to the lame pipeline part, you can control the behaviour of the encoder, e.g. changing it to "lame vbr=0 bitrate=192" results in 192kBit/s CBR-encoded files. A short
    Code:
    gst-inspect-0.8 lame
    will tell the tale about all available settings, along with nice descriptions of what they do -- for me, the default is CBR/128.

    Note that this *ONLY* works with the .deb from marillat; I tried with several other packages, and every single one wets its pants. Furthermore, after installing the package via dpkg, you have to run
    Code:
    sudo gst-register-0.8
    once; else the encoder will crash hard and without hope for recovery.

    After that, the code snippet from above will work. Please drop a short note when having it up and running.

    Besides that, I found some documentation in the Ubuntu Wiki which explains the whole process, too -- obviously, this was completely overlooked by everyone.

    Regards,
    Alexander
    Last edited by alexp; April 12th, 2005 at 10:56 AM.

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    Quote Originally Posted by titus1950
    Get "Grip",and you can adjust everything including Rip Bitrate.
    You need "Lame" and "Liblame" to encode to MP3 (Synaptic for them)
    titus (and all others who seem to qualify as yet another apt-cache frontend),

    <rant mode="on">
    we *know* that there are several other gnome cd ripper tools, but obviously this thread is about sound-juicer and MP3 -- so please (with sugar on top) stop telling us about one or the other oh-so-wonderful program that does everything much better than sound-juicer.
    </rant>

    Regards,
    Alexander

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    Thanks, Alexander. I got it finally the way I want with this gstreamer pipeline for mp3:

    Code:
    audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc vbr=0 bitrate=192
    Hats off to ya!

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    Red face Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    vaskark,

    Quote Originally Posted by vaskark
    Thanks, Alexander. I got it finally the way I want with this gstreamer pipeline for mp3:

    Code:
    audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc vbr=0 bitrate=192
    Hats off to ya!
    Glad to hear that, finally, it works. I'll PM ruff to edit his first message. If he doesn't reply, I'll have to open yet another "Sound Juicer with MP3 support" thread .

    Regards,
    Alexander

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    HI all... i am also a newbie... and the thing that helped me with lame was to change the audio profile properties with the same user who uses sound ripper...

    duh...

    but that was my problem

    take care,
    c

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    I'm trying to be able to rip to mp3...so i'll resurect this thread.

    When I attempt to run the extracter in soundjuicer with the new profile I recieve this error:

    Sound Juicer could not extract this CD.
    Reason: Could not create GStreamer encoders for CD Quality, Lossy mp3

    So I looked back and found out that you need the gstreamer8.0-lame plugin/add on thing...

    I apt-cache searched for it...but no...nothing. It's not there. I install gnome-media and all the gstreamer plugins...but one for lame is not listed.

    WHERE IS IT?!?! WHY ME?

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    This thread helped me ripping mp3's with Sound-Juicer, but do anyone know how to choose the text-encoding(UTF8/ISOxxxx) for the files created? I'm usually good at reading manuals, but I do not find any manual for this gstreamer pipelining, neither with "man" nor "google". So if anyone know where to find the manual it would be even better!!
    Last edited by lessthanjake; December 4th, 2005 at 01:47 PM.

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    Does anyone have a link to the arguments?

    If someone can help me get this I would be thrilled. I might be able to get rid of WINE and Audiograbber.

    In Audiograbber I rip @ these settings:
    Stereo, High Quality and VBR quality level 3.

    Does Sound Juicer add Id3 tags? Doesnt look to.

    Does anyone use Grip?

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    Re: How to enable MP3 in Sound Juicer 2.10.0

    Quote Originally Posted by MetalMusicAddict
    Does anyone have a link to the arguments?

    If someone can help me get this I would be thrilled. I might be able to get rid of WINE and Audiograbber.

    In Audiograbber I rip @ these settings:
    Stereo, High Quality and VBR quality level 3.

    Does Sound Juicer add Id3 tags? Doesnt look to.

    Does anyone use Grip?
    I'm not sure whether this is what you are asking for, but here it goes:

    Code:
    audio/x-raw-int,rate=44100,channels=2 ! lame name=enc bitrate=128 ! id3v2mux
    I pasted this from: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CDRipping, which gives you detailed instructions on how to rip mp3 songs from soundjuicer. You'll have to install gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly-multiverse as indicated.

    It seems that Soundjuicer does not add id3 tags, but I'll look into it.

    I've been using Grip, and although it works fine, I find it overly unintuitive and too much bloated with options. I don't find the soundjuicer interface especially groundbreaking, but at least it is simple and intuitive. The only advantage I find in Grip is that it generates the id3 tags.

    Cheers.

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