pydub (Part 2)
Now to the last bit of content for the course. After this video, you should feel comfortable using a variety of libraries to play, record, convert, and save audio using Python. In this video, we’re going to finish up by talking about using
pydub for file conversions. Like
pydub is compatible with a number of different audio formats.
In fact, it supports any file format that
ffmpeg supports. To show this, let’s make an MP3 out of one of the WAV files. Inside the editor, go
from pydub import AudioSegment, and then create a sound.
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