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  • Cerebus
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linux lancer oggenc is not gapless?
I recently wrote a script that would walk through a tree of flac and make a lossy mirror of it on another drive.  I was encoding using the linux build of the Lancer oggenc, and after about a day of transcoding I decided to try it on my rockboxed player.  There were gaps between every song of a mix, so I looked at the ogg files in audacity...there was a short piece of silence at the end of each file!  Is this a known bug with the lancer build?

Note: I am encoding from stdin rather than a separate wave file, is that the problem?
  • Last Edit: 10 April, 2010, 09:49:36 AM by Cerebus

  • Cerebus
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linux lancer oggenc is not gapless?
Reply #1
This happens with both stdin and file inputs. Here's an image of the end of the file, lancer ogg vorbis on top, wave on the bottom.


  • Cerebus
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linux lancer oggenc is not gapless?
Reply #2
Also, note that using wine with the windows lancer build works fine.  Something went wrong with the linux compile.