Love to see all the active development on this. So many audio tools and apps have gone stagnant in the past couple of years.
Or lvqcl’s WMAEncode:http://hydrogenaudio.org/forums/?showtopic=90519
Hi jkauff,I've seen it too. I didn't have a chance to test it but it should work if you replace it manually. I cannot give you a time about next release at the moment, I'm a bit busy these days.Cheers.
@kokuyo a sample would be nice.
...Would it be possible to parse all metadata text fields from the source (FLAC) to (QAAC) or (ALAC)? eg Album Artist, Album Artist Sort, Artist Sort, Album Sort etc....
jkauff, actually ffmpeg is used for bit depth and channel changes and resampling. Normalization, volume change is done with SoX. I do not know which (ffmpeg-SoX) is better for which operation, I simply implemented what worked.
Quote from: cyberdux on 30 January, 2013, 04:06:58 PM...Would it be possible to parse all metadata text fields from the source (FLAC) to (QAAC) or (ALAC)? eg Album Artist, Album Artist Sort, Artist Sort, Album Sort etc....Sorry I missed this post. It seems with QAAC only "Album Artist" can be implemented (feel free to correct me if I'm wrong). In command line help it says something about "iTunes Pre-defined tags" but i do not know what they are.
--0.7.6-Added: Support for WMAEncoder-Added: Changed "Copy Audio" to "Extract Audio"-Added: Selecting "Extract Audio" will disable all the codec-related controls (thx to o-l-a-v)-Added: Donation button-Added: SoXr library will be used for resampling (thx to jkauff)-Added: New icon set-Fixed: SoX effects/filters were not applied because created temp files were not uniquely named-Fixed: Volume effect info was shown in summary even if it was not enabled-Fixed: Speed will be shown correctly for "Extract Audio" option-Fixed: Progress was wrong if SoX effects were enabled-Fixed: WAV output could not be created due to empty file name-Updated: SoX to 14.4.1-Updated: AlphaControls to 8.17-Updated: QAAC and refalac to 2.15-Updated: FFmpeg to latest static build from ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/ (thx to Zeranoe for libsoxr support)