I'm using pcutmp3 v0.97 with IDv2 tag support and I'm having the following issues. When I use it from the command prompt, the track numbers are not put in the cutted mp3 files' tags (other tag information is OK). There's no parameter option for this
When I use the gui (pcutmp3gui-0.3.jar), the track numbers are included in the tags, but the filenames don't show up as "1. Artist - Trackname" which is the default for the command line. They only come out as "VA - Compilation Name-01", "VA - Compilation Name-02", etc..
java -jar "path to jar" --cue %1
This is my fault, I forgot to add the track number tag method. This is fixed and will be up soon. I have some free time this week so want to do some other changes aswell
I have no idea about the GUI, but the program is that simple I use shell scripts/batch files.
Does the following frame (the second one on each ouput file) have any particular function in the files?
Some programs could find some problems at time to deal with this frame, for example Vbrfix can't work on vbr files created by pcutmp3 for this reason.
[...] would pcutmp3 offer this join function in a near future?
@echo offtitle pcutmp3cd /d "%~dp1"md cuttedcd /d "C:\Unregistered Programs\pcutmp3"java -jar pcutmp3.jar --cue %1 --dir "%~dp1\cutted\pauseexit
Just wondering if there's been any progress made on the track number tagging issue when using the command line. Without track numbers to keep them in order, splitting the file doesn't really do any good. I tried using Foobar to autonumber the output tracks as a workaround, but iTunes can't deal with the resulting tags for some reason and since I'm trying to get the music onto my iPod that option is out.The tags come out fine when I use the GUI, which doesn't make sense unless the GUI's jar file has the pcut code built into it. The problem with just using the GUI is that then the file names don't come out right (no artist or track info) and I can't change any other parameters either.By the way, here's the my new batch file I hope to use when the track number problem is fixed. It'll put the files into a new subdirectory for you.Code: [Select]@echo offtitle pcutmp3cd /d "%~dp1"md cuttedcd /d "C:\Unregistered Programs\pcutmp3"java -jar pcutmp3.jar --cue %1 --dir "%~dp1\cutted\pauseexit
After messing around with pcutmp3 for a while, I thought it would be best if I got some actual code hosting for it.It is now uploaded onto Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/pcutmp3/
Great! That's working much better now. With 0.98 I get a "file not found" error from java when using the --m3u option. There seems to be an extra \ added to the path of the source mp3 file for some reason. But the tagging is working and that's the main thing.
We should up the windows and mac gui on the google code page what do you guys think ? Maybe we could start using their bug tracking tool too so i could start punching some bugs/feature requests in
Does this programm needs the input mp3 file only wirh ACCURATE Length tag? Or only Lame MP3?I can't split mp3 with MP3 CBR (like foobar shows) codec
scanning "C:\\ASOT.mp3" ...
i tried two files with missing %__mp3_accurate_length%one which reports error in foobar about it's length and the other which is okalso one of them wasn't LAME encodedin both cases pcutmp3 output, resulted in correct mp3 cutsso your problem is something elsecan you use foo_utils to correct the file and see if you can get output? Quote from: Steve Forte Rio on 28 February, 2009, 11:26:06 AMscanning "C:\\ASOT.mp3" ...you may want context menu command with foo_run:[font= "Courier New"]cmd /k "java.exe -jar "<insert path to pcutmp3.jar>pcutmp3.jar" --cue "$replace(%path%,%filename_ext%,)%filename%.cue" --dir "$replace(%path%,'\'%filename_ext%,)" "$replace(%path%,%filename_ext%,)%filename%.mp3""[/font]