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OGGEnc and stdin encoding

Is anyone else here seeing problems using oggenc in stdin mode?

There is a known problem with Audiograbber, but today I found out that appearently Monkey's Audio also seems to generate problems during conversion.

Specifically, I now have 2 CD's all missing 2 seconds at the end of each ogg. And I already deleted the originals. :eek:

The exact problems seem to vary, but they're all related to oggenc and stdin encoding. Is anyone else seeing them?

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GCP

OGGEnc and stdin encoding

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Originally posted by Garf
Is anyone else here seeing problems using oggenc in stdin mode?

There is a known problem with Audiograbber, but today I found out that appearently Monkey's Audio also seems to generate problems during conversion.

Specifically, I now have 2 CD's all missing 2 seconds at the end of each ogg. And I already deleted the originals. :eek:

The exact problems seem to vary, but they're all related to oggenc and stdin encoding. Is anyone else seeing them?

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GCP


Hi

I Using CDex 1.40b8 and adding switch -r (for commandline ver.)
result=no problem for on the fly encoding.Try this grabber.And edit commandline optins detailed description in the help.

David

OGGEnc and stdin encoding

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