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Thread: FFMPEG Batch file

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2003

    FFMPEG Batch file

    Is there a way to change a bunch of WMA files to MP3 with FFMPEG? I can change one at a time, but I have about 70 that I want to convert so I can use them with XMMS. I'd like it FFMPEG to erase the WMA after it converts each one so that I don't lose all my hard drive space. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Mar 2003
    I'm not familiar with ffmpeg, but if you can use it from the command prompt I'm sure you can write a batch file to do what you want. If you can use it from the command prompt, can you post the help file or whatever you get if you type ffmpeg /? or something like that. I may be able to come up with something if you do that.

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