Try converting to WAV files of various formats and running that tool on them manually. Start with 32-bit, then move down to 24-bit and 16-bit. If it fails on any of them, adjust the maximum bit depth of your converter output format preset accordingly.
By the way, if it helps to know this, I also cannot burn a CD with Foobar. I get the error message, "CD burning initialization failed: Unknown error code (0xC0AA020C)". They may be unrelated.
I get an error when converting a file to WMA format in Foobar.
QuoteI get an error when converting a file to WMA format in Foobar.What't your settings, exactly?
I meant to try feeding the resulting WAV files to the tool directly, from a command prompt, not using foobar2000.
First, download and install Windows Media Encoder.Next, use correct settings:Encoder: C:\Windows\System32\cscript.exeParameters: "c:\Program Files\Windows Media Components\Encoder\WMCmd.vbs" -silent -a_codec WMA9LSL -a_mode 2 -a_setting Q100_44_2_16 -input %s -output %dHighest BPS mode supported: 16These settings are for compression of CD audio (44kHz/stereo/16bit) to WMA lossless.
An error occurred while finalizing the encoding process (Object not found) : "C:\Users\zipzip\Music\(02) The One That You Love.wma" Conversion failed: Object not found
Have you tried [a href='index.php?showtopic=85654']this[/a]? (Scan the topic for the latest version, although I think the download link has never changed.)
Quote from: superbu on 12 February, 2011, 02:21:46 AMAn error occurred while finalizing the encoding process (Object not found) : "C:\Users\zipzip\Music\(02) The One That You Love.wma" Conversion failed: Object not foundMaybe the filename can make this kind of error. Try not to use parenthesis.
Open commamnd prompt window (press Start-> Run, then type cmd.exe)Type the following line:cscript.exe "c:\Program Files\Windows Media Components\Encoder\WMCmd.vbs"What's the output?
Probably Windows Media Encoder was installed incorrectly. Try to reinstall it.
Not sure if this may be applicable considering that it's from 2009 but I found this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929182
If you are running Win 7 64-bit, did you try this foobar2000 converter setup mentioned in another thread?Encoder: CustomEncoder: C:\Windows\sysnative\cscript.exeExtension: wmaParameters: "C:\Program Files\Windows Media Components\Encoder\WMCmd.vbs" //NoLogo -silent -input %s -output %d -a_codec WMA9LSL -a_mode 2 -a_setting Q100_44_2_16Format is: LosslessHighest BPS: 24Encoder Name: WMA LosslessAlso, depending on the version of WMCmd.vbs you have, you may need to change "-a_codec WMA9LSL" to "-a_codec WMALSL".