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  • Jan S.
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compress with lpac using EAC?
How do I set up EAC to compress with lpac?

I want to use the following commands:

-n -5  -c -v


Thanks,
Jan.

compress with lpac using EAC?
Reply #1
choose user defined encoder, set extension to pac and write in the additional commandline field %s %d <commands>. If this doesn't work change the order of the %s %d to %d %s. One of those both settings should work!

compress with lpac using EAC?
Reply #2
well it doesn't work... dumb me:D

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this does it:
-n -5 -c -v %d %s

  • Jan S.
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compress with lpac using EAC?
Reply #3
Yes that seems to work.
I thought I did try that but apparently I didn't.


Thanks!!

Jan.

  • Razlak
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compress with lpac using EAC?
Reply #4
Actually theres a few problems with that in theory at least.

The proper command line would be: -5 -c -v %s %d

I'd go ahead and add the -r for random seeking too.  You don't need the -n because EAC implicitly gives it an ouput path.  Make sure you put .pac as the extension, and uncheck the Add ID3 Tag as well, since lpac does not support them.

  • Jan S.
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compress with lpac using EAC?
Reply #5
I don't need -r bacause it is jist for storing untill I compress with mpc.


I knew that -n was probably not needed but I semed to get in trouble if I removed it with my first attempts.


Thanks,

Jan.