the previous post says that message is from the console...
On my system (i5-2410m/win7x64/fb2k1.1.10/qtlite4.10/qaac1.13), qaac.exe will "stop working" when converting with "thread detect" set to 0 in fb2k.But qaac0.99 works fine.Any suggestion?
-o %d - --log %d.txt
Error signature:AppName: qaac.exe AppVer: 0.0.0.0 ModName: msvcr80.dllModVer: 8.0.50727.4053 Offset: 000029e1
HI is it possible encode 2.1 audio without losing any channel information? I get unsupported format error..
1 0 00 1 00 0 00 0 10 0 00 0 0
I installed QT Lite 4.10 (into vritual machine ). It contain CoreAudioToolbox 188.8.131.52 btw.
For qaac 1.14: the error window pops up in the middle of encoding but qaac continues to encode an input file; its log file is fine.
Firstly Im running windows 7 32 bit.I have downloaded the latest Qaac from the link on the first post but in the x64 folder which I think is for me all I see is refalac64 and a few Dlls. Where is the qaacq.exe file ?Thank you.
Also for it to work in Foobar would these settings be ok --tvbr 60 --highest - %d
-V60 -q2 - -o%d
"x86" once had the meaning of "intel 80x86 family compatible", to be separated from Motorola and RISC processors with a different machine code. That abbreviation existed already in 8-bit and 16-bit times, even long before AMD made the first Athlon 64 with 64-bit architecture mode. Therefore, "x86" still means "compatible with 32-bit addressing" too.Option "--highest" of qtaacenc (using the highest amount of efforts to encode efficiently, taking the longest time) is equal to "-2" of qaac.
Was the message that showed channel remapping lost at some version? I updated to the latest QAAC but I don't see the message anymore.
Released 1.18 now. Enabled channel layout printing with --verbose on.
Before I decide to encode all of my music to qaac .Does anyone know if there will be any significant improvements in the near future regarding sound quality.Many thanks..