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Manage Ogg audio streams with OGMtools

http://www.linux.com

When I make videos, I almost always use Ogg to encode the audio. Storing the audio in Ogg saves space on my machine without sacrificing quality. However, I invariably need to loop, concatenate, or change the audio in some way, which can be difficult. For many of these tasks I turn to the OGMtools suite to make the process easier.

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10 Audio Players for Linux

http://vivapinkfloyd.blogspot.com

Review of the 10 most used audio players: Amarok, Rhythmbox, Audacious, Banshee, Exaile, Beep Media Player, JuK, Quod Libet, Listen, Songbird.

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Amarok 2 Gets Music Video Support!

http://amarok.kde.org

Thanks to KDE 4 Plasma magic the video is nicely integrated into the context view of the user interface of Amarok 2. This feature is especially handy for watching YouTube videos, and they're working on integrating it directly with their SeeqPod service, allowing to find and play videos from the net in the blink of an eye.

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Grip - A Beginners Guide

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In this guide I will try and cover as much as I can regarding the setup and basic use of Grip as a cd-ripper. We will explore various tweaks and settings I have collected over the past couple of years whilst using it, and I will try and simplify the setup process as much as possible.

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Five of the Best Linux Audio Players

http://fourforces.blogspot.com

Linux has a large selection of music players and library organizers available. Here’s a list of five of the best.

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Sun Tackles Video Codec

http://www.pcworld.com

"Looking to boost the Web, Sun is working on a royalty-free and open video codec and media system[...]"

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Amarok Insider, Issue 12 released.

http://amarok.kde.org

With the very latest on Amarok 2 development ( with more screenshots than you can snake a stick at ), past and future events, news on Amarok 2 on Mac and a wall sized Amarok logo, issue 12 of the "Amarok Insider" is a a great read for anyone curious about what cool and unique new features Amarok 2.0 will bring.

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Using PulseAudio sound server on Fedora 8

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One of the great new features in Fedora 8 is the inclusion of the PulseAudio sound server. PulseAudio allows multiple streams of audio to be played at once, eliminating the worry of having your sound card locked up by another running program. There's also a handy volume control applet that will let you set the volume of each audio stream independently. That's right folks, listen to your MP3s, watch (and listen!) to a YouTube video, and voice chat with your IM buddies, all at the same time and with independent control over each program's volume. Setting up PulseAudio is very easy. Read on for instructions.

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How to : Enable Full Multimedia Suport in Ubuntu 7.10.

http://tuxenclave.wordpress.com

Ubuntu is one of the widely used GNU OS which is considered as Newbie friendly . But still there are few things to work .. Here is a small/quick guide that will let you enable Playback for any type of Audio/Video files.. Since most users get baffled after they fail to play media files. So I thought of posting a guide which will let you play every Media files like DivX,Real Media,AC3,MPEG4 to name a few .. So lets get started .

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Ogg Theora+Vorbis as default for <video> scuttled in HTML5 spec. Who benefits?

http://www.digitalcitizen.info

"...'Ogg' is a wrapper that ties together 'Theora' encoded video and 'Vorbis' encoded sound. Together, Ogg Theora+Vorbis give users a way to see movies on your computer. Ogg Vorbis+Theora are not known to be encumbered by any patents (the only applicable patent on Theora’s predecessor, called 'VP3', was licensed for everyone to use in any way they want).

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Building A Linux Mobile Studio

http://www.linuxplanet.com

This is a great time to be your own recording and sound engineer. There are all kinds of great digital recording gear, from tiny portable recorders to multi-channel mixer-recorders with CD burners, and Linux has a wealth of good-quality audio recording and editing programs.

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Audio in Linux is awesome

http://darkness.codefu.org

I’ve got some poorly recorded MP3s of people speaking. I want to try to make them a little easier to hear. In Windows I’d reach for Sound Forge. How about in Linux?

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FOSS Codecs For Online Video

http://wiki.transmission.cc

The good folks at EngageMedia have written a nice research paper about the availability and uptake of free software codecs.

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Some Linux Audio Updates And Expansions

http://www.linuxjournal.com

In this week's article I'll bring you up-to-date on what's happening with some of the many exciting developments in the world of Linux audio software, with recent news regarding the JOST plugin host, the Audacity soundfile editor, and the new LV2 native Linux plugin standard.

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Does your browser do video?

http://spreadopenmedia.org

"Those who haven’t left the planet in the last year have at some point heard of HTML 5, the new improved language that will likely power the Web in the coming years. One of the many great features it sports, which will be of interest to free formats enthusiastics, is the multimedia elements: 'video' and 'audio'..."

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