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Old 2nd July 2012, 09:35 PM
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F17: m4a extraction error

Hi!

I'm trying to extract an audio CD out into m4a (AAC) files using GStreamer based applicatiions (sound-juicer & rhythmbox) under Fedora 17.

I've installed all GStreamer plugins from both official and RPMFusion repositories.

When I try to extract the audio CD, I get the error: "Internal data flow error" in both applications.

Anyone else's had the same issue?

Another question: Is there anyway to edit audio profiles under Gnome 3.4? I'd like to change the default extraction bitrate for M4A files.

Thanks so much!
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Old 3rd July 2012, 09:54 AM
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Re: F17: m4a extraction error

Audio CDs only have one bitrate ;-)
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Old 3rd July 2012, 06:00 PM
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Re: F17: m4a extraction error

Quote:
Originally Posted by borlander View Post
Hi!

I'm trying to extract an audio CD out into m4a (AAC) files using GStreamer based applicatiions (sound-juicer & rhythmbox) under Fedora 17.
My advice would be to use GRIP with the NeroAACencoder instead I found sound-juicer to be annoying and difficult to get it to rip the way I wanted it to.

This thread might help:

http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=273746

[quoteAnother question: Is there anyway to edit audio profiles under Gnome 3.4? I'd like to change the default extraction bitrate for M4A files.

Thanks so much![/QUOTE]

There used to be a button in sound-juicer that let you edit them, they took it out, but you can still call up: gnome-audio-profiles-properties manually.

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Old 3rd July 2012, 09:42 PM
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Re: F17: m4a extraction error

George,
Yes, I know... I didn't explain myself well at all... I meant "encoding" bitrate rather than "extraction".

CronoCloud,
I'll give your suggestion a shot! I've always heard Nero's encoder to be much better than FAAC... but never really tried it myself.

Moreover... I used Grip long ago... but I thought it was no longer maintained... I'll try it back!

Thanks so much, both of you!
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Old 5th July 2012, 01:02 PM
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Re: F17: m4a extraction error

Have you tried cdparanoia for DAE?

Code:
       cdparanoia retrieves audio tracks from CDDA capable CDROM drives.   The
       data  can  be  saved  to  a file or directed to standard output in WAV,
       AIFF, AIFF-C or raw format.  Most ATAPI, SCSI and  several  proprietary
       CDROM drive makes are supported; cdparanoia can determine if the target
       drive is CDDA capable.

       In addition to simple reading, cdparanoia adds extra-robust data  veri‐
       fication,  synchronization,  error  handling and scratch reconstruction
       capability.
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Old 23rd July 2012, 03:52 PM
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Re: F17: m4a extraction error

Excuse me for the late response... Thanks so much, george_toolan!

I used cdparanoia long ago... just as Grip... but since gstreamer got stable, I never went back to them... til now! :-)

I'll try it!

Thanks!
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Old 23rd July 2012, 10:19 PM
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Re: F17: m4a extraction error

Hello
personally I use my ps3 to rip cds to aac but have also been looking into this lately and just conducted a quick test.
I put the cd in the drive, opened nautilus copied a track to my Music directory (this was already in wav format) and used neroAacEnc with this command
Code:
$ ./src/NeroAACCodec-1.5.1/linux/neroAacEnc -br 128000 -if ~/Music/Track\ 2.wav -of ~/Music/Java.mp4
at a bitrate of 128k it still sounds good and has gone from 45.4Mb to 4.2Mb so you could probably afford to up the bitrate unless space is at a premium.
Interestingly mplayer reports: encoder: Nero AAC codec / 1.5.4.0
not 1.5.1, either way, it works and the output is impressive enough
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