I know the both tools. To my understanding, both tools assume that the Cue Sheet is already there.
I am looking for a tool with the following features / flow. (it's my dream): 1) Open a flac file w/o any tags. 2) Enter the required tags while the tool has all the knowhow where to store the values (like the foobar2000 GUI) considering as well embedded Cue Sheets. 3) New function to mark in a wave presentation where the tracks begins to automatically provide the Index information for the CUE Sheet.
If you don't know: 1) Foobar2000 supports embedded Cue Sheets. You can load the Cue Sheet and maintain it afterwards, but you cannot generate. 2) MediaInfo is a great tool to see all tags of audio files. https://mediaarea.net/ 3) Example of a flac file with an embedded Cue Shee (printed with MediaInfo:
Allgemein Vollständiger Name : E:\CUE Musik\Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman\Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman - Cellosonaten Nr. 1 & 2.flac Format : FLAC Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec Dateigröße : 252 MiB Dauer : 1 h 3 min Modus der Gesamtbitrate : variabel Gesamte Bitrate : 560 kb/s Album : Cellosonaten Nr. 1 & 2 Album/Künstler : Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman Track-Name/total : 13 Künstler : Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman Komponist : Faure Genre : Kammermusik Aufnahmedatum : 2005 Cover : Yes Cover-Typ : Cover (front) Cover-MIME : image/jpeg cuesheet : REM GENRE Kammermusik / REM DATE 2005 / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / TITLE "Cellosonaten Nr. 1 & 2" / REM REPLAYGAIN_ALBUM_GAIN +2.51 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_ALBUM_PEAK 0.999969 / FILE "Maria Kliegel und Nina Tichman - Faure - Cellosonaten Nr. 1&2.flac" WAVE / TRACK 01 AUDIO / TITLE "Elegie, Op. 24" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +3.56 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.872437 / INDEX 01 00:00:00 / TRACK 02 AUDIO / TITLE "Papillon, Op. 77" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +6.27 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.557831 / INDEX 00 06:43:61 / INDEX 01 06:48:23 / TRACK 03 AUDIO / TITLE "Sonate Nr. 1 fur Cello und Klavier, Op. 109, I. Allegro" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +0.22 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.965851 / INDEX 00 09:58:43 / INDEX 01 10:05:24 / TRACK 04 AUDIO / TITLE "Sonate Nr. 1 fur Cello und Klavier, Op. 109, II. Andante" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +4.98 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.577148 / INDEX 00 15:06:13 / INDEX 01 15:07:50 / TRACK 05 AUDIO / TITLE "Sonate Nr. 1 fur Cello und Klavier, Op. 109, III. Finale: Allegro commodo" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +2.31 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.741760 / INDEX 00 21:52:48 / INDEX 01 21:53:35 / TRACK 06 AUDIO / TITLE "Berceuse, Op. 16" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +5.68 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.497345 / INDEX 00 27:35:33 / INDEX 01 27:38:39 / TRACK 07 AUDIO / TITLE "Romance, Op. 69" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +3.82 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.600098 / INDEX 00 31:13:38 / INDEX 01 31:17:39 / TRACK 08 AUDIO / TITLE "Sicilienne, Op. 78" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +7.69 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.448090 / INDEX 00 35:27:40 / INDEX 01 35:31:11 / TRACK 09 AUDIO / TITLE "Sonate Nr. 2 fur Cello und Klavier, Op. 117, I. Allegro" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +0.70 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.999969 / INDEX 00 39:19:30 / INDEX 01 39:23:74 / TRACK 10 AUDIO / TITLE "Sonate Nr. 2 fur Cello und Klavier, Op. 117, II. Andante" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +3.08 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.747131 / INDEX 00 45:16:02 / INDEX 01 45:16:49 / TRACK 11 AUDIO / TITLE "Sonate Nr. 2 fur Cello und Klavier, Op. 117, III. Allegro vivo" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +0.09 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.945648 / INDEX 00 52:19:42 / INDEX 01 52:20:63 / TRACK 12 AUDIO / TITLE "Apres un reve, Op. 7/1" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +6.01 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.596161 / INDEX 00 56:44:06 / INDEX 01 56:47:38 / TRACK 13 AUDIO / TITLE "Serenade, Op. 98" / PERFORMER "Maria Kliegel+Nina Tichman" / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_GAIN +1.56 dB / REM REPLAYGAIN_TRACK_PEAK 0.948059 / INDEX 00 60:03:13 / INDEX 01 60:05:28
Audio Format : FLAC Format/Info : Free Lossless Audio Codec Dauer : 1 h 3 min Bitraten-Modus : variabel Bitrate : 559 kb/s Kanäle : 2 Kanäle Kanal-Positionen : Front: L R Samplingrate : 44,1 kHz BitDepth/String : 16 bits Stream-Größe : 252 MiB (100%) verwendete Encoder-Bibliothek : libFLAC 1.3.1 (UTC 2014-11-25)
Last post by Scaramouche -
I can confirm the behaviour described in the previous post for FLAC files (with metadata writing mode compatible to various software). Since I have used GROUPING throughout my music files for the main title of classical works (e.g. "Symphony No. 3 e-minor op. 34", "Piano Concerto No. 5") this field is quite essential for me.
Last post by Sergey77 - @LL25255252, you don't imagine how i glad of your support! For example in attachment (playlist with many radio stations stream and some items mark as playback error!) Maybe not for Stop on Error component (or TAG edit), but fb2k must have that exactly.
....Can't you just remove your corrupted files so that they don't bother you again?
In case of a playlist with radio stations with for example : Unable to open item for playback (Network error): "http://streaming206.radionomy.com/A-RnB-FM-WEB1" I don't want to remove that radio station b/c sometimes the radio station stream is down temporarily.
Last post by fabiorug -
I tried this - opus-tools-test-1.3-rc-fix.zip - It's almost twice as efficient as aac Itunes . Obviously it has different types of artifacts compared to aac Itunes. It's not bad I think. When the full 1.3 Opus will come out? Probably in July this year?
Last post by andy o -
AFAIK the only codec used both for music and BT A2DP in any significant way is AAC. Usually speakers and headphone manufacturers will advertise it if they use a non-SBC codec, it's selling point. Most modern Sony speakers and headphones use AAC at the very least, with higher tier ones using also LDAC. I know MP3 also can be used for BT, but no one that I know uses it, especially not any mainstream devices. In contrast, AAC over A2DP is supported in AOSP since Android 8.0, so probably all devices with 8.0 and above will support it. I think Apple also supports AAC on Bluetooth. Now if the devices will or won't reencode the AAC stream is up in the air, who knows.
Last post by andy o -
That "Do not optimize" option mentioned is to disable Doze for that app, and AFAIK Doze only works after quite a while when the device is resting and the screen is off, not just a couple of minutes. On Oreo, power management is more aggressive. Apps that aren't targeting Oreo have a toggle in the App Info->Battery screen that says "Background activity" under "Manage battery usage". It's enabled by default, and if you turn it off you might have issues with notifications. Apps targeting Oreo don't have that toggle, and presumably can sort themselves out with Oreo's new power management features, so if the fb2k app is targeting Oreo, it might be buggy, if it isn't, then check if that toggle is on or off.