tony at baechler.net
Sat May 23 11:16:25 UTC 2009
Have you looked at transcode? I don't think sox will do it but you
could try. The problem is that .wma is proprietary, so I doubt if
you'll find anything free that will convert it, but transcode is
considered non-free by Debian so it might work. Perhaps you could try
different versions of MPlayer or adjusting the output somehow. Have you
looked at Mencoder?
Jos Lemmens wrote:
> Does someone know a good command line program to convert .wma audio
> files into, for example, .wav?
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