qaac.exe 2.34 x86 doesn't run on Windows XP. It's flagged to require OS version 6.0 (Vista) or higher.
nu774, 2.34.1 reports as 2.34, is it the new one anyway?
Are you going to completely remove --no-delay in one of the future versions?
It's just a rebuild under different build configuration, without any source code change.
Regarding system requirements, would you only need the x86 VC++ 2013 runtime to run qaac on Windows 7 x64, since qaac is a 32-bit application
...--tvbr 82 --no-optimize --ignorelength - -o %dI do know that 82 refers to the quality setting. In this case, it's about 165 kbps. The rest of the string is Greek.
%s -V 72 --ignorelength - -o %d
%s --tvbr 72 --no-optimize --ignorelength - -o %d
Remove %s from your commandline
Frankie, do you have iTunes installed or did you create the portable package? Both are ok, just want to make sure you have all the libraries.Follow the commands here: https://github.com/nu774/qaac/wiki/Examples#foobar2000
Frankie, qaac requires Apple libraries from iTunes or QuickTime. You don't need to install iTunes or Quicktime but you have to download one of the two together with makeportable.zip to create a portable version of all the necessary libraries to copy where qaac.exe is.
Hm, at https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/ it says "You only have to download qaac-x.xx.zip" But OK, I dl'd the makeportable.zip, can you pls explain what exactly I have to do with this file now?
You still have XP guys? Sorry but it's time to upgrade.