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EAC Tags

How do I do MPC tags with EAC so that they are readable in winamp? This may sound like a very stupid question but, heck I'm new. Thanks Jeff

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Originally posted by jjarmak
How do I do MPC tags with EAC so that they are readable in winamp?

Get MPCencT and read the included readme file.

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Reply #2
This is what my string looks like then...:
%l--etc%l%h--braindead --ans 0 --ms 0 --nmt 32 --tmn 40%h %s  --verbose "%1" "%2" --tags "Artist=%a" "Album=%b" "Title=%t" "Genre=%g" "Track=%tn" Can someone make sense out of this and let me know what it ought to look like. Thanks Jeff

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Originally posted by jjarmak
This is what my string looks like then...:
%l--etc%l%h--braindead --ans 0 --ms 0 --nmt 32 --tmn 40%h %s  --verbose "%1" "%2" --tags "Artist=%a" "Album=%b" "Title=%t" "Genre=%g" "Track=%tn" Can someone make sense out of this and let me know what it ought to look like.

Why is profile low "--etc"? That's no option for mppenc nor for mpcenct. Put instead this:
%l--standard%l%h--xtreme%h --verbose --verbose %s %d --tags "Artist=%a" "Title=%t" "Album=%g" "Year=%y" "Track=%n" "Genre=%m"

This way low quality profile uses standard and high quality uses xtreme. Rest of the line is used for both profiles.

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Reply #4
This is what I have now:
%l--standard%l%h--braindead%h --verbose --ans 0 --ms 0 --nmt 32 --tmn 40%h %s --verbose --tags "Artist=%a" "Title=%t" "Album=%g" "Year=%y" "Track=%n" "Genre=%m"

and, I am getting a file not found when it starts to encode. I have it pointed to mpcenct.exe. The other question I have is what are these other programs list, lpac, mac, optimfrog, shorten, and szip?
Thanks Jeff

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Reply #5
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Originally posted by jjarmak
This is what I have now:
%l--standard%l%h--braindead%h --verbose --ans 0 --ms 0 --nmt 32 --tmn 40%h %s --verbose --tags "Artist=%a" "Title=%t" "Album=%g" "Year=%y" "Track=%n" "Genre=%m"

There are problems with your line, here's fixed line:

%l--standard%l%h--braindead --ans 0 --ms 0 --nmt 32 --tmn 40%h --verbose %s %d --tags "Artist=%a" "Title=%t" "Album=%g" "Year=%y" "Track=%n" "Genre=%m"
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The other question I have is what are these other programs list, lpac, mac, optimfrog, shorten, and szip?

list displays information about mpc files, the rest are lossless compressors that can be used by mppenc to directly transcode from.

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Originally posted by jjarmak

and, I am getting a file not found when it starts to encode. I have it pointed to mpcenct.exe.


This happened to me once too. That time the cause was spaces in the directory name where the wav files were put. Is that the case for you too?

/Erik

 
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