cutmp3 is a small command line MP3 editor. It lets you select sections of an MP3 interactively or via a timetable and save them to separate files without quality loss. Silence and ID3 tag searching are also possible. For playback it uses mpg123. The program works with VBR files and files bigger than 2GB. There is also a simple frontend for it, called xcutmp3.
audiokonverter is a small utility to easily convert from OGG, MP3, AAC, M4A, FLAC, WMA, RealAudio, Musepack, Wavpack, WAV, and movies to MP3, OGG, M4A, WAV, and FLAC in Konqueror by right-clicking on them. It needs oggenc, oggdec, faac, faad, flac, mplayer, wvunpack, and lame to work. id3lib, metaflac, and vorbis-tools are optional, but needed for full functionality.
> What files do i Have to upload to my
> server and do to convert files form
> linux shell?
I suppose you are doing this from windows and don't
have too much experience with linux. So you have to
copy audioconvert, anytowav and movie2sound
to /usr/local/bin or home directory on your server.
They must have the executable flag "x" on the
server. Then you just type "audioconvert"
or "./audioconvert" and read the instructions. They
should be self explaining if you ever used a
command line program.
I use it everyday at work to have all those fine
applications which do not run on windows. A colleague
does not have to dual boot anymore to use the
linux-only Matlab and Ansys licenses. Setup is pretty
easy and performance via FreeNX is impressive.