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  • guruboolez
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Reply #25
I have this message:
Error writing to file (This encoder requires Nero to be installed on your system) : file://C:\MP3\NERO\16. Beethoven.mp4

Computer was rebooted twice. The encoder is working through Nero's own interface.

Are your files encoded with the new encoder:
tool = Nero AAC codec / Apr 19 2006
?

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Reply #26
Are your files encoded with the new encoder:
tool = Nero AAC codec / Apr 19 2006
?

I've Nero AAC Codec 4.2.9.11 in fb2k properties for my encoded files. Is it the last one ? I mean from 7.2 release ?...

I've made some extra tests with NAACenc and it works fine too.

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Reply #27
That's weird, because foobar2000 reports on my side a different information (no codec number anymore but a release date). You can check it by downloading a very small sample:
http://gurusamples2.free.fr/ndaac/V06_CHOR...Nero_16kbps.mp4
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Reply #28
Indeed...that's weird. 

Creation date of my aacenc32.dll (April 18th 2006). 

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Reply #29
same for mine.

nerodigital.dll = 1.0.0.1
In \lib folder:
ndaudio.dll = 1.0.0.1
NeroIPP = 4.2.9.11


EDIT: also tried NAACEnc with: -internet -qh -lc %s %d and the process failed.
  • Last Edit: 26 April, 2006, 01:23:41 PM by guruboolez