Re: [LAU] Pipe not working - or is it lame or oggdec

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To: Simon Wise <simonzwise@...>
Cc: <Linux-audio-user@...>, Daniel Worth <pipemanmusic@...>
Date: Thursday, May 5, 2011 - 1:16 pm

On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 8:54 AM, Simon Wise wrote:

> The band will quite easily be over the $100,000 revenue while they are just

the band simply contracts with a third party, e.g. their friend doris,
who charges $1.50 to convert PCM data into MP3 data, up to 1 hour's
worth. doris makes $65 a year from this work, and her total annual
income is about $50k. problem solved.

i too prefer to use unencumbered formats, which is partly why ardour
still does not do mp3 export or import. but lets be realistic about
how this can work, and also about the fact that the overwhelming
majority of the world's current portable digital music players do not
support unencumbered formats.
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Re: [LAU] Pipe not working - or is it lame or oggdec, Simon Wise, (Thu May 5, 12:54 pm)
Re: [LAU] Pipe not working - or is it lame or oggdec, Paul Davis, (Thu May 5, 1:16 pm)