First of all: If there is a better place to ask this question than here,
please feel free to point me to it.
I have a bunch of WAV-Files. I made them from Windows-Audio-Files (WMA)
using some Windows-Utility I found on my other machine.
Now I want to make audio-CDs from those file, but XCDRoast won't accept
them as valid WAVs. It shows them in the list but they have the little
crossed-out-note icon and are ignored when layouting tracks.
I _think_ I got the options right:
$ file somefile.wav
somefile.wav: RIFF (little-endian) data, WAVE audio, Microsoft PCM,
16 bit, stereo 44100 Hz
What else might keep XCDRoast from reading those files? Is there a
linux-program that can convert WMA to WAV?
"'How do I get my program to act like a daemon' is a good read in this
regard. The FAQ mentions nothing about getting your program back from
the dark side. This matter is left as an exorcize for the reader."