One downside of cause of these direct cmd-lines is that no album-gain can be set correctly.
Examples:Encode one WAV file to one MP3:FPSTREAM readfile in -f audio.wav + wavin wav -s in + fpmp3enc mp3enc -s wav --vbr-new + writefile out -s mp3enc -f audio.mp3Encode one WAV file to one MP3 and one OGG with tags:FPSTREAM readfile in -f audio.wav + wavin wav -s in + tag tag "TITLE=Audio Title" "ARTIST=Audio Artist" + fpmp3enc mp3enc -s wav --vbr-new -tag tag + vorbisenc oggenc -s wav -tag tag + writefile mp3file -s mp3enc -f audio.mp3 + writefile oggfile -s oggenc -f audio.ogg
All tracks decoded fine, no differences found. Comparing: "X:\encode1.flac" "X:\encode2.flac" No differences in decoded data found.
Item: "X:\encode1.flac" MD5: 66B84449D7A9899065A11FA190C994AC CRC32: D199E9A2 No problems found. All items decoded successfully. Item: "X:\encode2.flac" MD5: 66B84449D7A9899065A11FA190C994AC CRC32: D199E9A2 No problems found. All items decoded successfully.
File: encode1.flac Size: 357MB (374,398,783 bytes) CRC-32: fa984f9e MD5: 6eb400219c22f1aa1525d13f5f7f1135 SHA-1: 70aa7e4a65ed635eb78b52ef3d2f1b1b8b435692 File: encode2.flac Size: 356MB (374,328,806 bytes) CRC-32: eac29087 MD5: a8d830f2defbe50af368ce60a5a69460 SHA-1: c356080e0e508d26b8d7b625229af0d2ca2dde7b
E:\Temp>CUETools.FlaCuda.exe -11 encode.wav -o encode3.flac CUETools.FlaCuda, Copyright (C) 2009 Gregory S. Chudov. Filename : encode.wav File Info : 44100kHz; 2 channel; 16 bit; 00:52:53.4930000 Results : 53.89x; 373021162 bytes in 00:00:58.8901034 seconds; E:\Temp>CUETools.FlaCuda.exe -8 encode.wav -o encode4.flac CUETools.FlaCuda, Copyright (C) 2009 Gregory S. Chudov. Filename : encode.wav File Info : 44100kHz; 2 channel; 16 bit; 00:52:53.4930000 Results : 198.27x; 373969399 bytes in 00:00:16.0056281 seconds;
Here is a screenshot how to configure EAC to use fpFLAC:Of course, you can set a compression level other than "-8".On "EAC -> EAC options -> Tools", set the number of "simultaneous external compressor thread(s)" to 1.
Could you provide a screenshot to configure foobar to use fpFLAC?
Such a nice upgrade to EAC, thankyou
Quote from: Glenda on 03 December, 2009, 08:14:38 AMSuch a nice upgrade to EAC, thankyouExcept I'm getting an error with some tracks
-T "ARTIST=%a" -T "TITLE=%t" ...
To use "fpMP3" or "fpFLAC2MP3" you have to download the source code and build the "fpMP3_DLL" project (Blend, SSE2, or SSE4 version). The built DLLs have to be registered with "regsvr32" (admin rights required for that).
64-Bit version32-Bit version (not supported)Just extract the archive and execute "setup.exe".
Quote from: GeorgeFP on 04 December, 2009, 06:27:12 AM64-Bit version32-Bit version (not supported)Just extract the archive and execute "setup.exe".Hi GeorgeFP,Thanks for your effort and kindly sharing your great work with us, can you change the German installer into English?Sorry but I'm not even a native English speaker, the installer seems fail to install but I can't read the error message.Thanks again!
The current version is still mostly single-threaded for single-file encoding but scales for multiple-files encoding.
The files were encoded one after the other, not in parallel.
How hard will it be to add replay gain support? (Please?) With the addition of Verify support (mentioned above), I'll be all set