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Media Conversion Using Python i.e. converting MP3 to Other Formats

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I want to convert audio in MP3 format to other formats including uncompressed raw format, WAV etc. and I am using python 2.7. Is there any built-in module I can use or any third party modules available ?

Please help me on this. I would be very grateful.

posted Aug 25, 2014 by anonymous

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There are a number of extremely useful third party pieces of software available to help with this. They are called "search engines". What have you tried with them, what problems did you have, what else do you need to know about them?

If you'd have tried these rather obscure beasts, you might have found

https://docs.python.org/2/py-modindex.html or https://pypi.python.org/pypi

You can do the rest from there.

answer Aug 25, 2014 by Parveen
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