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Convert DSS Audio to WAV Format

Posted on 2006-11-24
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I need a program/utility to scan a directory for DSS files and convert them to WAV format authomatically. Does anyone know of such a thing?

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Rich
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Hi Rich... You neede mplayer/mconverter for this: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/

Mplayer is a movie player but will also play audio.  You can select the output file to be WAV.  Just check out the documentation.  It will be something like: mplayer -playlist $INFILE -ao pcm:file="$OUTFILE.wav"

Then you just use whatever OS you have's command line scripting to list all the files you have and convert them one by one.

Andrew
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