If you used a recent version of foobar2000 (v1.1.6 or later) to calculate the replaygain values, a new algorithm is used which results in slightly different values. You can double check this by recalculating the replaygain of the original files using the latest version of foobar2000.Anish
It appears as though the encoder refuses to encode when it has to output a file with non-western unicode characters somewhere in the file path. (e.g. , ). It works fine when the input filenames have such chars, but it bugs when it has to output to them.
Seem like now takc works fine with HyperThreading....So, there is a speed improvement with -tn4 compared to -tn2 and lower, -tn2 with HT off/on is equal, and by default encoder uses only one thread. Everything is quite good. Thank you, TBeck
Quote from: lvqcl on 24 September, 2011, 11:23:22 AMBut you can always update tak_deco_lib.dll yourself.If the whole point of foosions plugin is only link to tak_deco_lib.dll to use all of its functions, then yes.
But you can always update tak_deco_lib.dll yourself.
Otherwise, i don't know if it makes sense, coz there could be e.g. some new decoding functions in the library, which will not be used with old plugin. Simply i thought Mr. Beckers plugin would be handier solution IMHO, with only one library (maybe). Don't want to discuss much about current plugin here, this was only my "small" (but maybe reasonless) request.
Have you tried to compile it with 64bit Delphi or 64bit FreePascal? Would be interesting to see the results and a 64bit library would be nice as well
Linux does not require its software to be open.
Quote from: tuxman on 26 October, 2011, 06:55:24 AMLinux does not require its software to be open.that's only true if it's a standalone app. i don't think you'd want a standalone app for just tak. rather, you'll want a dynamically loaded (and previously linked) plugin for your existing app, which, along with the app it gets load into, form one software as a whole (in a legal sense at least). and in that case, the plugin must adhere to the app's license requirements. in the case of gpl, that means it has to be open source as well.
-e -p0 -tn2 -l1 -fim0 -cpuSSSE3 -tt "ALBUM ARTIST=%albumartist%" -tt "ARTIST=%artist%" -tt "TITLE=%title%" -tt "ALBUM=%albumtitle%" -tt "DATE=%year%" -tt "tracknumber=%tracknr%" -tt "GENRE=%genre%" %source% %dest%
takc.exe -e -p0 -tt "GENRE="
Hi!It is possible to decode multiple TAK files to single WAV? (For example for burning .CUE files with pregap information (index 00).)
Any chance to get decoding support for Banshee or Amarok ? Would be awesome!!
Finally I found the Tag value of -tt should not be empty.Just like this one:Quotetakc.exe -e -p0 -tt "GENRE="It tells me "Command line error: Tag: Invalid value"I hope to get a small fix to make my parameters work correctly.The wapet.exe seem to be too old to use.
any news about new version?
Fixed multi-channel FLAC encoding (channel mask now gets preserved).Fixed multi-channel WavPack decoding (channel mask now gets preserved).