Will --xlevel destroy the music level by Live or Mix albums with separated tracks?
Is --xlevel needed when you later use ReplayGain or convert to SV8?
MPC 1.12 is the recommended version now, but it still says beta version:"MPC Encoder 1.12 -Beta- © 1999-2002 Buschmann/Klemm/Piecha"Is this really the recommended version?
How To...Recursively traverse a directory structure and ReplayGaining all MPC files, considering each directory as one album?Download Sweep
QuoteHow To...Recursively traverse a directory structure and ReplayGaining all MPC files, considering each directory as one album?Download SweepI think that's gonna be difficult, someone needs to host the file, the link no longer works, see why: http://www.saunalahti.fi/~cse/
Andavari, did you have an old version of the list? The link was fixed a while ago, and the post hasn't been changed since October 24...
(What is ReplayGain good for? / ReplayGain FAQ)
These links don't work. :-(
heh. That's a cute guide
I just wanted to link to this little guide (by Case), but I see Case's post has been removed. What happened?
uh oh, I keep getting an error "Can't patch C:\eac\*.mpc" whenever I run replaygain on any of my mpc files, do you know what could be causing this and any solutions to prevent this from occuring again?thanks
uh oh, I keep getting an error "Can't patch C:\eac\*.mpc" whenever I run replaygain on any of my mpc files
2003-01-19: v0.98 beta * Fixed stereo/mono status reporting * Several other bugfixes * Fixed resynching on corrupted bitstreams * Copied all equalizer changes from XMMS plugin: * "Equalizing" for some headphones possible (currently only selectable during compile time). * Equalizer uses the frequencies of 32/63/125/250/500 Hz, 1/2/4/8/16 kHz * Compensated delay of equalizer of 36 subband samples, which generates medium plops between titles. The old equalizers with 7 and 18 subband samples also generated plops, but they were smaller. * Complete redesign of the Musepack equalizer - bug fix (low frequencies had another delay than high frequencies, the result were aliasing distortions and phase errors) - code cleanup - different time/frequency resolution for lower and higher subbands - code speedup (but no assembler) - code usable for multi channel support - code can be used for sample frequencies != 44100 Hz * Several fine tunes on Equalizer