BatchEncoder is an audio files conversion software. It supports most of popular audio file formats including lossy and lossless compression. The program is very simple to use. BatchEncoder is basically GUI front-end for command-line tools. All it does is create background processes and pass arguments to it with options set in presets/format menu and additionally adds input and output file paths. For specific options for each format use help available for command-line tools.
Any suggestion from your side about command-line tagging tool? From my side I can without any difficulty this feature.
No offense intended but, aren't there already a lot of front-ends out there?I mean, foobar2000 and/or MediaCoder cater to most encoding/transcodingneeds as it is. Will this front-end offer something new?
I would be interested if this could run natively on Linux. I've no idea what that would involve since I don't know how many of the backends are open source/run on Linux...
Hey yeah I forgot about this. Any progress?
wisodev, just a word regarding the form layout... It seems to me that you may have the "preset" and "encoder" lists in reverse order. Were it me, considering standards, I would place the greater dominant factor to the left and the lesser dominant factor to the right.Anyhow, it's just a suggestion. Best of luck to you.
After very long break in development of the theFrontend I started again and new options and new formats will be added in near future.
i have only one problem with this right now: it's win-only