goto %1goto end:correctionc:\"Program Files"\encoders\lossywav %2 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 --%1 --below --silentc:\"Program Files"\encoders\takc -e -p2m -fsl512 -silent -overwrite -lp "%~n2.lwcdf.wav" "%~n3.tak.lwcdf.tak"c:\"Program Files"\encoders\takc -e -p2m -fsl512 -silent -overwrite -lp "%~n2.lossy.wav" "%~n3.tak" && del %~n2.lwcdf.wav %~n2.lossy.wavgoto end:mergeif not exist "%~n3.lwcdf.tak" goto endcopy "%~n3" "%~n3.lossy.tak" /yc:\"Program Files"\encoders\takc -d -fim2 -silent -overwrite "%~n3.lwcdf.tak" && c:\"Program Files"\encoders\takc -d -fim2 -silent -overwrite "%~n3.lossy.tak"c:\"Program Files"\encoders\lossywav "%~n3.lossy.wav" -M --below --silent && del "%~n3.lossy.wav" "%~n3.lwcdf.wav" "%~n3.lossy.tak"c:\"Program Files"\encoders\takc -e -p2m -silent -lp "%~n3.wav" "%~n3.tak" && del "%~n3.wav":end
All tracks decoded fine, no differences found.
here is example:lossyTAK.bat
Thank you for your test, shadowking, great work.If your time allows for it, it would be great if you could find the lowest -q value that makes your sample transparent, if possible both for the default and the --altpreset quality scheme.And it would be great as well if you could upload (or give a link to) the sample.
Very interesting Shadowking. In my testing of LossyWAV at -P -t, a LossyWAV setting which I pilfered from Nick's signature, I haven't noticed my music sounding different. So either I am blessed with tin ears or I just haven't noticed it yet (maybe both).
(I celebrated my 60th anniversary last year)
Two quality schemes aren't attractive in the long run, and IMO the new scheme is more attractive.Maybe we should have an intermediate named quality level between --portable and --standard, corresponding to say -q 3.5 --altpreset as a proposal, now that we know -P isn't transparent. This quality level should produce transparent results with a small safety margin, so '--transparent' can be an adequate name.
Quote from: halb27 on 29 January, 2010, 03:44:37 PM(I celebrated my 60th anniversary last year)You mean birthday. 60th anniversary would make you my parents' age.