try this http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=EAC_and_LameMake sure you read the important note at the top.for best quaility change -V2 to -b 320.or for best quality and save a little disk space change -V2 to -V0.
At a minimum, the asinine idea that mp3 can be used for "archiving" needs to be permanently retired.
if I put -2 instead, it will be better quality?
@db1989 - Thank you, so that means the additional command line is correct as it is right?
File names must be the same in the cuesheet as on the disc. That’s the purpose of FILE lines. The player cannot just guess what it’s meant to play without being told. So, if you’re asking whether it’s possible to rename files however you like and play them via a cue-sheet without updating it accordingly – no, it’s not.Quote@db1989 - Thank you, so that means the additional command line is correct as it is right?That depends upon whether you want FLAC to try harder to compress the same data, possibly taking longer whilst only achieving a modest reduction in file size. The quality will be the same in all cases, as implied by the word lossless.You might be interested in reading the numerous previous threads about FLAC’s different compression levels, their trade-offs, and whether you think it’s worth your while to use anything other than the default setting.
The concept of CD "archiving" should itself be retired. It's nonsene. As if people are putting in the time and effort of ripping and tagging hundreds or thousands of CDs as a means of protecting themselves from the CDs being lost by fire or theft. They're doing all that work to be able to listen to the music by means other than spinning the CD.
Why are you asking this forum for help when you're relying on some other forum's tutorial?
click "Detect gaps"
First, hit "Detect Gaps". This is very important, your rip will fail the logchecker if you do not complete this step.
In this case, you should know that a logchecker is a script that certain illicit file-trading forums use to test and reject rips that don't contain sufficient evidence to indicate that the rip is original, "complete", and error-free.
So for the purpose of making a good rip, the advice to click "Detect Gaps" can be ignored, unless you're not generating a cue sheet (but then you shouldn't be concerned about gaps at all).
[Also, minor nitpick: non-native English speakers often confuse the nouns "doubt" and "question". "Doubt" implies skepticism or belief that something is false, whereas "question" implies curiosity, and is almost always the word you want when asking questions in forums.