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PCM is one of the most used audio codecs; most computers (as well as many devices) use it as their default for audio output/input. All audio heard on this device, whether from a file, or a microphone input, is in PCM, and that is used to regenerate an approximation of the original analoge sounds. When you make a digital audio recording using a mic on a ...


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Windows Media Player does not seem to like MP3 audio with sample rates less than 32 KHz in MP4 container format. I tested WMP 12 in Windows 7. I'm unsure what the MP4 container specifications define regarding this issue, but you have several options to deal with this limitation: Use a different player VLC works and is a great player. This option has the ...


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Simply use the example from the FFmpeg wiki, but use Matroska as an output container, since it supports H.264 video and MP3 audio: ffmpeg -loop 1 -i image.jpg -i audio.mp3 \ -c:v libx264 -pix_fmt yuv420p \ -c:a copy -shortest out.mkv Make sure to use the -pix_fmt option to select the right colorpace. Otherwise, some players might not show the video. ...


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I am using Anti-Twin (and similar) freeware software, dont bother with CMD. Never had same issue, but I think it will work just fine. Or try Fast Duplicate File Finder, they are claiming that they remove files by similar file name


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You should compare audio files by content - not by filename There's a straight forward, free and portable tool called similarity which does this. Similarity rapidly scans your music collection and shows all duplicate music files you may have. The comparison powered by "acoustic fingerprint" technology considers the actual contents of files, not just ...


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You should read the compilation guide (this one is for Ubuntu and derivates, but there are others too). You only need libmp3lame installed, so you could simply run apt-get install libmp3lame-dev. Then, run: ./configure --enable-libmp3lame As for your other requirements: For AAC encoding, use -c:a aac -strict experimental and set an appropriate bitrate. ...



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