Some days ago I released a teaser video to show some functions of our audio tool for the toniebox. Today we will release “Teddy” to the public.
Teddy the Tonie Encoder Decoder for DIYs
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With Teddy you are able to encode your own audio files to an audio file that you can manually load onto the toniebox. You can decode existing tonie audio files as well. The output are two files. One .ogg file that holds the audio content, and one .cue file which holds the jump marks for the tracks within the audio file. And if you connected the tonie catalogue by using the json option, the .cue file stores all information like tonie title and track names to the audiobook as well.
In an upcoming blog I will show all the features of teddy in detail and explain how to get it to work.
Until then you are more than welcome to test the tool by yourself:
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