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See if this solves the problem: (I'm assuming you're using WMP?) Open Windows Media Player, go to Organize>Options: Go to Library and uncheck Retrieve additional information from the Internet. Go to Privacy and uncheck the first 3 options in Enhanced Playback and Device Experience. This should prevent further addition of details to songs you ...


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$ avconv -i in.mp3 -map 0:0 -map_metadata -1 -c:a copy out.mp3 Ref. comment – image is considered being a stream; the stream is deselected by only mention 0:0 as parameter to -map


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If you try using the preview pane and do not see the player in the preview pane as shown above, it could be that the type of audio file you are attempting to preview (.wav, .mp3 or whatever) is not associated with Windows Media Player in Windows. You can change that in the control panel and then it should work. Another software application that will allow ...


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In order to remove the metadata from the MP3 files you can use the below there tools eyeD3, id3tool, id3v2 Example for eyeD3: eyeD3 --remove-lyrics --remove-v1 *.mp3


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You can do this with ffmpeg. Their Audio Channel Manipulation page has many examples, including this example to split audio channels into separate files: ffmpeg -i stereo.wav -map_channel 0.0.0 left.wav -map_channel 0.0.1 right.wav It will do the same with any format it understands, which includes mp3. The example splits one stereo file into two mono ...


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It is possible to add more than one image to a MP3 with eyeD3. To do this you have to add a description to each image tag like: eyeD3 --force-update --no-color --quiet --add-image "frontcoverimage.jpg:FRONT_COVER:front cover" --add-image "backcoverimage.jpg:BACK_COVER:back cover" file.mp3 The developer of eyeD3 said: The ID3 spec says that if there ...


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You can use the free mp3cat: mp3cat indir - > outfile.mp3


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The problem It appears that you compiled ffmpeg, but you omitted the configure option --enable-libmp3lame which is required to be able to encode MP3 audio (there is also --enable-libshine, but that's a fixed-point MP3 encoder that most users won't need). Additionally you'll need the libmp3lame-dev package as a dependency before compiling. Currently this ...



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