I have noticed that the tools field may have a bug. On a three track CD single, using --ignorelength and --tvbr=125, the note of the tvbr setting is repeated one more time in the field for every successive track in the cuesheet.
I have no idea how difficult it would be to implement the output of m4a files to a specified filename format with QAAC cuefile processing, but if it is possible, please could the author please consider this as an enhancement request?
Just a heads up - looks like qaac now reorders multichannel files correctly for QT 7.7 so you don't have to bother with older DLL's:http://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/news/qaacrelease058
-V 45 -o "[outfile]" - --no-optimize
Does anyone know why QAAC comes with speex for resampling? Is there any advantage or situation where it should be used over the native resampler?
According to my tests, QT resamples with different quality for lossless and lossy encoding. I encoded a sweep sine file with the following command lines:qaac -A --rate=44100 sweep96.wav -o A.m4aqaac --cbr 320 --rate=44100 sweep96.wav -o cbr320.m4a
eac3to.exe "d:\temp\test.dts" stdout.wav | qaac.exe --tvbr 87 --quality 2 --ignorelength - f:\temp\captures\test_qaac.m4a
initializing QTML...doneqaac 0.91, QuickTime 7.7.0<stdin>5.1 (L R C LFE Lsd Rsd) -> 5.1 (C L R Ls Rs LFE)01:58:36.992 (9.0x)341615616/-1 samples processed in 13:12.360Overall bitrate: 480.431kbps7099/7099 chunks written (optimizing)test_qaac.m4a_wfopen: f:\temp\captures\test_qaac.m4a: No such file or directory