---------------------------WinMP3Packer---------------------------25 items successfully processed and 0 items copied (In: −1359929091 bytes, Out: −1424468272 bytes).0,0% decrease in size.0 items failed.---------------------------OK ---------------------------
Sometimes when converting it stops responding … I tried to optimize a large collection of files and after 7 hours it was freezed and the task manager showed a CPU time for WinMP3packer.exe of almost 5 hours. I use -z and chose to create the new files in another directory. It then looks like this:It usually freezes like that when there are lots of log entries (the warnings can bloat the log very fast). However, sometimes it looks like that, but continues operation after a while (and the window contents reappear).Edit: It has problems with subdirectories ending with a dot followed by a non-breaking space (Alt+0160 on the numpad) (without the non-breaking space the dot would be removed in the Windows Explorer).
No, those files didn't have any special characters in their path. Maybe you (or mp3packer) use signed 32 bit integers, which can go up to 2147483647, but not up to ~ 2931315179 (2.73 [GB] * 1024 * 1024 * 1024), as it would be required when calculating with those large numbers.
I wondered why it didn't process all of the MP3s, now I discovered it does a case-sensitive check of the file extension, so it doesn't work with .MP3
lame_version = LAME3.92lame_profile = lame_profile_index = 0enc_delay = 576enc_padding = 2112mp3_accurate_length = yesbitrate = 256codec = MP3channels = 2samplerate = 44100mp3_stereo_mode = stereo --------------------47049600 samples @ 44100Hz(rounded samples : 47049408)
INFO: MPEG1 layer 3 40844 frames 44100 Hz 38.281250 frames per second 1066.945306 seconds 34144384 bytes in file (256.016002 kbps) 34142249 bytes in MP3 frames (255.999994 kbps) = current bitrate 261209171 bits of payload data (244.819645 kbps) 32669016 bytes of payload data (244.953632 kbps) 142957 bits wasted from partially-full bytes (0.133987 kbps) 34139400 bytes of MP3 data (255.978632 kbps) = minimum bitrate possible 2849 bytes of padding (0.021362 kbps) 2135 bytes outside MP3 frames (0.016008 kbps) 0 sync errors Bitrate distribution: 256: 3335,37509 Largest frame uses 9740 bits = 1218 bytes = 372.859375 kbps Smallest bitrate for CBR is 256
2 psylliumCould you make it start mp3packer with a lower process priority?
Quote from: Martin F. on 28 December, 2006, 09:39:16 PM2 psylliumCould you make it start mp3packer with a lower process priority?It seems for me this option might be very helpful.
Yeah sorry about that guys, there is a problem with the bitrate detection at times. The only sure fire way for WinMP3Packer to determine it would be to read every single packet of the mp3 file... At the moment the program only reads a small sample of the file in order to quickly determine the bitrate so that files can be added to the list and the type of file (e.g. VBR, CBR) and the bitrate are shown.For now, if you are having problems with this and files are getting skipped in the conversion process, use the saved setting with 'Force' on it, or tick the 'All' checkbox for the input types.I will have to consider changing the program in the future to 'properly' check the bitrate and type of file. I've been busy working as a programmer lately so don't have as much spare time as I used to... I'll try and make some time soon though.Thanks for your patience
does that have any impact on the compression of the file? Because I don't care what bitrate is shown as long as it compresses it the right way.
Hi everyone!!!First of all thanx to the devellopers of such great apps!!!But I've got a little problem over here: I use a wonderfull Apple G4 powerbook, and I really can't figure out how the OSX version of mp3 packer works...!!! It opens up terminal, writes down the commands an thats it. Seems frozen after that!Could someone help me!!! I need this program real bad: I use Pioneer CDJ200s which don't support VBR.Thanx!
Here is where I got it: http://kamikazow.fortunecity.de/So there is a source code folder and a mp3packer folder.What on earth am I supposed to do with this???If only people knew how to ripp there CDs...thnx
cd ~/Desktop/mp3packer./mp3packer inputfile.mp3 outputfile.mp3