Thunar script: Easily change quality of MP3 files

December 30, 2007 at 7:41 am | Posted in xubuntu | 1 Comment

I for one got tired of having to type lame -b 128 etc, etc. into the terminal each time I wanted to change the quality of an mp3. Sure, there’s , but that lags our internet. So I whipped up this script. It has an installation guide for both Thunar and Nautilus and for me it works great.

Read the guide here:


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  1. I found this amazing website it is a WEB 2.0 that supports all media files conversion it is called, they can do the following:
    1- Convert document, images, audio, video and Archived files.
    2- Convert any Youtube and other Online Video to popular formats or download the video
    3- Send file(s) up to 300 MB to friends or post it on any forum for 7 days
    4- Convert any type of units (Acceleration, Area, Torque and others)

    what makes them amazing is you can add up to 5 different file formats, i used them to convert a document and couple of audio files.

    Try them and give me your feedback

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