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|+This guide will explain how sync the LectureLeaks audio, process it and get it listed on LectureLeaks.com.|
|+You will need:|
|+ * A verison of FFMpeg with 3GPP/amrnb support compiled in.|
|+ * This is a pain in the ass. This might help: http://blog.defunct.ca/2008/06/13/ffmpeg-mplayer-w-amr-nb-support-for-3gp/|
|+ * A user account on the LectureLeaks.com server|
|+ * A user account on LectureLeaks webapp.|
|+Once you have FFMpeg compiled and installed, sync the files by making a script called sync.sh:|
|+rsync -vhza --progress lectureleaks.com:/var/www/LectureLeaks/uploads/documents/* ./|
|+and chmod +x it.|
|+sync.sh > sept7|
|+and it will download the files. This will take a long time the first time you do it. sept7 will then contain the transfer data.|
|+Then go to lectureleaks.com/admin and look for new files which have school and lecture data, or look for large files (~4M or more).|
|+For that file name, use this conversion scripts:|
|+ffmpeg -i $1 -vcodec xvid -acodec libmp3lame -ar 44100 out.mp3|
|+out.mp3 will then contain the lecture. Open it in vlc to make sure it sounds okay, then use the|
|+admin interface to upload the mp3 to LectureLeaks. If the School doesn't exist yet, make sure that|
|+you create that School entry in the database and check all of the checkboxes available to it.|
|+If you have incomplete data for the descriptions of the files, try to use Google-fu to find out the|
|+information necessary. Email me if you need help here.|
|+Then upload the mp3, enter in the approrpiate data and approve it. It should now be available in the|