Are you sure that ReplayGain will not create audible clipping?
I have noticed with several of my albums, that Foobar2000's ReplayGain stats shows album peak *above* 1.0Are you sure that ReplayGain will not create audible clipping? In *every* case?
EncSpot link seems to be broken...
Additional command line options (example):--quality 6 --xlevel --artist "%a" --title "%t" --album "%g" --year "%y" --track "%n" --genre "%m" %s
Why do you use --quality 6 here? Many people will cut&paste this line right into EAC. If you want to reccommend that people use q5, perhaps you should change this example line to use --quality 5 instead. There are enough notes in this thread (both in the first post and also the replies) telling people that they should only above q5 if they notice a problem with a particular sample... but if they see --quality 6 in the example they may think "well, he is using q6, so I'll just do that too".
Higher quality seems to transcode better. Maybe this is the answer, who knows.
Many people will cut&paste this line right into EAC.
MPC --quality 7.5 --ms 15 --xlevelReason:for Archival (& Listening, of course !) purpose.
how do i on the fly encode with cdex?
CD Drive -> Ripping method: Paranoia, fullGeneric -> ID3 Tag Version: NoneEncoder -> Parameter string: --quality 5 --xlevel --artist "%a" --title "%t" --album "%b" --track "%tn" --genre "%g" --year "%y" %1 %2Encoder -> File extension: mpcEncoder -> On-the-fly encoding:
that only works with pre-1.05 versions of mppenc.