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Batch encoder - Replay Gain Problems

Using the latest Batch encoder from http://home.wanadoo.nl/~w.speek/batch_encoder.htm and the latest replay gain I get "Out of environment space, Bad command or file name."
It used to work for me, don't have a clue what happened.
Reloaded win98 from an older image, everything else works fine. Followed all instructions on Speeks page.
Any help would be great, this is drivin' me nutz.
Thanks

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This error when using --list or --listallreport command.

Batch encoder - Replay Gain Problems

Reply #1
Did you try to put a copy of replaygain.exe and mppdec.exe in the Windows directory (c:\windows)? (This shouldn't be nessecary, but I can't think of anything else you could try)

Batch encoder - Replay Gain Problems

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Using the latest Batch encoder from http://home.wanadoo.nl/~w.speek/batch_encoder.htm and the latest replay gain I get "Out of environment space, Bad command or file name."
It used to work for me, don't have a clue what happened.
Reloaded win98 from an older image, everything else works fine. Followed all instructions on Speeks page.
Any help would be great, this is drivin' me nutz.
Thanks

Edit
This error when using --list or --listallreport command.

This article from the MS Knowledge Base might help:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...;EN-US;Q230205&

Batch encoder - Replay Gain Problems

Reply #3
Ok. Had to put the folder with the files in the C: root, will not work in a subfolder. Go figure, used to work in a subfolder on the D:. Don't recall what I did to Windoze to get it to run anywhere before, but a reload from a Ghost image has taken the OS far enough back to make Dos stuff picky on where it will run.   
Thanks fur the help.

 

Batch encoder - Replay Gain Problems

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Ok. Had to put the folder with the files in the C: root, will not work in a subfolder. Go figure, used to work in a subfolder on the D:.

Open C:\Autoexec.bat in Notepad and add a set path to where the executable is.

Example:
SET Path=%Path%;"C:\Program Files\MusePack\"

 
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