Covert flac to mp3

2010/07/06

Some time we have to use mp3 format because our moveable devices commonly don’t support flac/ogg, thus I need to convert a .flac file to mp3. It’s very simple:
First of all, install flac and lame package from your distribution’s repository.
Then, using the following command to actually covert the file.
1.flac -d filename.flac
This will output an filename.wav in the same directory.
2.lame filename.wav
Now a fresh filename.mp3 is lying in the same directory.

Enjoy!

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