* Dan Pelleg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [20031112 17:23]:
> Joan Picanyol i Puig <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > * Dan Pelleg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [20031112 15:12]:
> >> Joan Picanyol <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> > I've found two speeches in Real Audio format I'd like to burn on
> >> > a CD.  I'm able to reproduce them fine with linux-reaplayer, but
> >> > sox doesn't understand the format. What's the one liner to dump
> >> > what is sounding on my speakers to a file sox can convert (which
> >> > device shoud I cat?)? Is there some utility to convert from .rm
> >> > files to .wav?
> >> Run realplayer under linux-vsound (in the ports).
> > Thanks for the tip, however it doesn't quite work:
> >
> > (16:24:25 <~>) 0 $ vsound -f appel.wav
> > /usr/local/lib/RealPlayer8/realplay /home/pub/25/Audio/appel\[1\].rm
> > Missing file ./vsound61809.au.  This means that the libvsound
> > wrapper did not work correctlty. A possible reason is that the
> > program you are trying to run is setuid. In this case you will need
> > to run vsound as root.  (16:24:51 <~>) 0 $ sudo vsound -f appel.wav
> > /usr/local/lib/RealPlayer8/realplay /home/pub/25/Audio/appel\[1\].rm
> > Missing file ./vsound62032.au.  This means that the libvsound
> > wrapper did not work correctlty. A possible reason is that the
> > program you are trying to run is setuid. In this case you will need
> > to run vsound as root.  (16:27:22 <~>) 0 $ ls -l
> > /usr/local/lib/RealPlayer8/realplay -r-xr-xr-x  1 root  wheel
> > 1247004 Nov  5 17:16 /usr/local/lib/RealPlayer8/realplay
> >
> > What am I doing wrong?
> My notes (for streaming media) have the -d and -s switches. My guess
> is what you actually need is just the -d.
Thanks, that did the trick. At least with linux-reaplayer you need -d -s
and redirect to a file.

tks
-- 
pica
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