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Old 09-13-2011, 01:52 PM
 
Default sox: Failed reading obd-demo.mp3: Do not understand format type: mp3

In article <CAD7Ssm-+DH=i=NJthFJ9oWi=w2VCrY8SvCkD2xg=SjUghfNgAA@mail.g mail.com>,
Kaushal Shriyan <kaushalshriyan@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Can someone please comment about the below issue
>
> [root@host0040 kaushal]# file obd-demo.mp3
> obd-demo.mp3: MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 256 kBits, 44.1 kHz, Monaural
> [root@host0040 kaushal]# sox obd-demo.mp3 -e stat
> sox: Failed reading obd-demo.mp3: Do not understand format type: mp3
>
> [root@host0040 kaushal]# sox -V obd-demo.mp3 -r 8000 -c 1 -t ul -w vm-intro.ulaw
> sox: Failed reading obd-demo.mp3: Do not understand format type: mp3
>
> [root@host0040 kaushal]# sox -v 0.125 -V <obd-demo.mp3> -t au -r 8000
> -U -b -c 1 <obd-demo.ulaw> resample -ql
> -bash: obd-demo.ulaw: No such file or directory
> [root@host0040 kaushal]# sox -V obd-demo.mp3 -t au -r 8000 -U -b -c 1
> obd-demo.ulaw resample -ql
> sox: Failed reading obd-demo.mp3: Do not understand foReply
> rmat type: mp3

Yes, the standard sox in CentOS/RHEL is compiled without mp3 support.

> When i invoke the same obd-demo.mp3 it works perfectly fine
>
> host0040*CLI> channel originate DAHDI/g0/xxxxxxxxxx Application
> MP3Player /home/kaushal/obd-demo.mp3
> [Sep 9 16:44:56] DEBUG[12691]: sig_pri.c:985 sig_pri_request: sig_pri_request 1
> [Sep 9 16:44:56] DEBUG[12691]: sig_pri.c:6427 sig_pri_call: CALLER NAME: NUM:
> -- Requested transfer capability: 0x00 - SPEECH
> -- Launching MP3Player(/home/kaushal/obd-demo.mp3) on DAHDI/i1/9833754756-1

Asterisk is nothing to do with your problem.

> [root@host0040 ~]# rpm -qa | grep sox
> sox-12.18.1-1.el5_5.1
> [root@host0040 ~]# rpm -qa | grep lame
> lame-3.98.4-1.el5.rf
> lame-devel-3.98.4-1.el5.rf
> [root@host0040 ~]#

Having lame and lame-devel is good; you will also need libmad and libmad-devel.
But the standard sox doesn't look for them.

> MP3 support in SoX is optional
> and requires access to either or both the external
> libmad and libmp3lame libraries. To see if there is support for Mp3
> run sox -h and
> look for it under the list of supported file formats as "mp3".
>
> [root@host0040 ~]# sox -h
> sox: Version 12.18.1
>
> Usage: [ gopts ] [ fopts ] ifile [ fopts ] ofile [ effect [ effopts ] ]
>
> gopts: -e -h -p -q -S -V
>
> fopts: -r rate -c channels -s/-u/-U/-A/-a/-i/-g/-f -b/-w/-l/-d -v volume -x
>
> effect: avg band bandpass bandreject chorus compand copy dcshift
> deemph earwax echo echos fade filter flanger highp highpass lowp
> lowpass mask mcompand noiseprof noisered pan phaser pick pitch
> polyphase rate repeat resample reverb reverse silence speed stat
> stretch swap synth trim vibro vol
>
> effopts: depends on effect
>
> Supported file formats: aiff al alsa au auto avr cdr cvs dat vms gsm
> hcom la lu maud nul ossdsp prc raw sb sf sl smp sndt sph 8svx sw txw
> ub ul uw voc vorbis vox wav wve
>
> Which package contains libmad and libmp3lame libraries available on CentOS 5.6

You will need to get libmad and libmad-devel from rpmforge, like you
did lame and lame-devel. There might even be a sox package on there
that was compiled with mp3 support. If not, you will need to obtain
the SRPM for sox and recompile it with mp3 support on your system.
That will probably involve editing the spec file to enable mp3.

Cheers
Tony
--
Tony Mountifield
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