Convert ogg to mp3

for x in *.ogg; do ffmpeg -i "$x" "`basename "$x" .ogg`.mp3"; done
Converts all ogg files to mp3 files in the current directory.

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2009-09-04 20:23:09

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does the command preserve tag information?
bwoodacre · 459 weeks ago
I suspect it does keep the ID3 tag info. I can't test at the moment, but I think it does.
Superhuman · 459 weeks ago
Nope, sorry, it doesn't keep the tag info. :(
Superhuman · 458 weeks and 6 days ago
You can try http://www.oggconvert.com online tool if you want to be lazy =)
diego797 · 422 weeks ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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