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My point is whether this sequence is correct:
FLAC > WAV or PCM (not sure) > RG and/or Preamp > Active DSPs > Encode to AAC
And if correct, then the quoted wiki part is wrongly written.
What exactly does the error message say?
It would be even better to make a reduction to the size of the screen only large, and small ones in the real size in the center"Ok.
Then I edit the album in Mp3tag and fill in all of my mucho autismo detailed tags.
And I don't mind the EAC logfile displaying the wrong name, because I can just go by track number.
I'm guessing all of the Cuesheets are worthless after editing the metadata?
If so how can I generate New Cuesheets with the correct tags?
Thanks in advance!
Under the other menu there is an option to replaygain-scan output files as albums or transfer replaygain info which will keep the file volume the same as the source but write the replaygain info in to the tags.
The Hydrogenaudio Wiki Foobar2000:Converter page states:QuoteReplayGain
Select the relevant ReplayGain settings to apply to the converted content. This will permanently apply the change to the output file.
Apply the effects of any available DSPs to the converted content. Again, this will permanently apply the change to the output file.
Can anyone confirm the Wiki quote about RG is incorrect or what am I missing?