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FAAC aac encoder

Good evening ,

with exact audio copy, which command line parameters I need to enter to encode an audio cd with the faac encoder 1.29?
Thank you all

Re: FAAC aac encoder

Reply #1
encodername.exe --help


Re: FAAC aac encoder

Reply #3
Start by showing what you tried so far that isn't working. You should be able to work most of this out by yourself.

I would start with the General Configuration for Encode AAC from the EAC and QAAC page in the Hydrogenaudio Knowledgebase.
http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=EAC_and_QAAC#General_Configuration_for_Encode_AAC
use the path to the faac.exe encoder
Look at the encoder usage for the options. As suggested by m14u the encoder usage information can usually be found using encodername.exe --help from the command prompt while in the source directory. You would use faac.exe --help
Or you can search google for usage information
https://www.mankier.com/1/faac

says to use -o <filename> for the output (That's the same option QAAC uses. You'll note most of the tagging options are the same too except a few like --disc instead of --disk and --cover-art instead of --artwork)

http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=EAC_placeholders
says to use %source% for the Source filename and %dest% for the Output [Destination] filename.
so the Additional command-line options for the first test.
Code: [Select]
%source% -o %dest%
You can add other options (including tags) one at a time and check for errors.

korth

 
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