[libav-tools] Looking for on-the-fly mp3 to ogg conversion...

Nicholas Young nicholas at nicholaswyoung.com
Wed May 25 17:20:28 CEST 2016


Hans -

It's most certainly doable with libav.

But first, what do you mean by "on the fly." Are you reading MP3 files, then streaming OGG via a webserver?

Once I understand that missing piece, I may be able to help further. 

Nicholas

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> On May 25, 2016, at 9:52 AM, "hdekkers at dynaread.com" <hdekkers at dynaread.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello Libav Tools colleagues,
> 
> We're looking for a server-side on-the-fly conversion script to convert mp3 files into ogg files. Not 100% sure we can do this with libav.
> 
> ANY IDEAS or SUGGESTIONS
> 
> WHY I ask... (a bit of Dyslexia Advocacy - all number mentioned are from reputable science papers)
> My team has been working since early 2011 to deliver free dyslexia testing, and very affordable dyslexia remediation to older struggling readers: A work of love. To date 90% of children with dyslexia are pumped through our schools without diagnosis or remediation, entering High School low literate or illiterate. Dyslexia affects 10% of the population; it is a learning disability with neurobiological origins. Ten percent. Yet, in prisons we find 60% of inmates, and among adolescent suicides a shocking 89%. On the flip side, one-third of who make our society work are dyslexics as well. They tend to be highly creative, diagnostic, analytical, conceptual, and relational thinkers.
> 
> Looking forward to your wisdom. Thanks!
> 
> Hans
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