Sound Juicer offers no profiles
mjs at clemson.edu
Tue Jun 28 15:32:30 UTC 2011
On Mon, 2011-06-27 at 19:03 -0700, JD wrote:
> On 06/27/2011 06:55 PM, Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> > I'm new to music management in Fedora. I'm trying to rip a CD to MP3
> > format using Sound Juicer in F15. When I open SJ, it pops up a dialog
> > that says:
> > The currently selected audio profile is not available on your
> > installation.
> > and offers me a chance to Quit or Change Profile. If I try to change
> > profile, the CD is opened and the preferences window opens. The CD
> > Drive selector is blank, but choosing it lists the only CD drive in the
> > machine. After selecting that, the selector remains blank, which seems
> > odd.
> > But the real problem is, the Output Format selector lists no options at
> > all. I expected some options available by default, as described in the
> > help for SJ.
> > Any idea what I've done wrong?
> > TIA.
> By default, mp3 encode/decode libraries are not available in
> Fedora distros. You have to install the necessary mp3 libs
> from somewhere else.
> Same problem was reported and solved here:
I wouldn't be that surprised not to have an MP3 profile if I didn't have
the right plugins. But my complaint is that I see *no profiles
whatsoever*! Surely even if I don't have MP3 capability, I'd have
*something* built in by default?
$ rpm -qa gstreamer\* | sort
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