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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_musicbrainz
Last post by Sandrine -
Picard tags it that way (doubled) and when reading a file in Kodi that has an MB artist but no MB albumartist tag, Kodi sorts it under [Missing]. Yeah, Kodi could be more lenient, but this here fix would be faster  :-[
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: linux [whipper.cd.rip] 0.7.2 config
Last post by punkrockdude -
cdparanoia does not always rip tracks 100% the same as EAC (Windows?) does. This has caused some rips to not be confirmed accuraterips according to whipper. When I compared an EAC and a whipper rip of the same track I saw at the end that some inaudible things was not at the same time in the track. This happened at the very end of some tracks where there was "silence".
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General - (fb2k) / Re: Album art caching
Last post by wcs13 -
Actually I wouldn't want to turn the album/artist labels off. I like the concept.
I just wish I could replace them with title/date, that's all.
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: linux [whipper.cd.rip] 0.7.2 config
Last post by sanskrit44 -
@finphil: i chose whipper for its accuraterip v2 support. if you can name an aternative to it, offering the same functionality, i will try it for sure.

here is a nice comparison, but its focus is not su much on linux software: https://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=Comparison_of_CD_rippers

@m14u: now that is actually the correct way i think, the format char '%' must be represented '%%'. https://github.com/whipper-team/whipper

really no one using whipper here? ;)
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CD Hardware/Software / Re: linux [whipper.cd.rip] 0.7.2 config
Last post by m14u -
if help say this,

# - %t: track number
# - %a: track artist
# - %n: track title
# - %s: track sort name
# - %A: album artist
# - %S: album sort name
# - %d: disc title
# - %y: release year
# - %r: release type, lowercase
# - %R: Release type, normal case
# - %x: audio extension, lowercase
# - %X: audio extension, uppercase
i am sorry, but why you write in templates:"%%A, %%y, %%d, %%R, %%A, %%d, etc" ?
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