>dbpowerAMP to convert mp3 to opus and they produced good quality files but they are unable to produce directory structure same as source.For your naming string set:[origpath]\[origfilename]
rupeshforu3 you can add "--downmix-mono" to the opus encoder in lamexp, it appears that lameXP don't downmix to mono and it can be a bug. Another option is TAudioConverter it also maintains the folder structure and transfer the tags, is less updated but you can update the encoders and decoders manually.
Quote from: spoon on 16 June, 2017, 11:02:35 AM>dbpowerAMP to convert mp3 to opus and they produced good quality files but they are unable to produce directory structure same as source.For your naming string set:[origpath]\[origfilename]I am sorry to say that it is not possible to type [origpath]\[origfilename] and the only option is to specify output directory and select options already available options like sourcepath/filename.
Does TAudioConverter uses ffmpeg because when I open task manager I am able to see processes named ffmpeg. I heard that opus encoder which comes with ffmpeg is of poor quality and I want to use opusenc original which comes with opustools.
TAudioConverter is displaying lot of error messages and it is displaying message as 92 steps of 5000 total steps done so far and so I think it is taking unnecessary time.It is not writing immediately the transcoded files to destination folder. I think that if lamexp take 4 days to transcode the software you mentioned may take 12 days.