I would like to obtain a link to an mp3 hosted in Google Drive that has the format
filename.mp3, so I can link to it from sites that provide in-line audio players when linking to mp3 files.
I have searched the web and different SE sites, but the closest thing to a solution I have found is obtaining a direct download link for the file or advice on hosting it elsewhere. However, for (future) convenience I would prefer to host and link directly from / to Google Drive.
Can anyone provide some insight or point out why this might not work?
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Is there any way to convert a whole heap of .ogg files in about 30 folders in a folder containing those folders to .mp3 files and put them in another folder using the command
ffmpeg? The previous methods I have tried all led to the same error: “*.ogg no such file or directory”
If possible could you please tell me how? I cant find anything relating to this specific question.
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