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a little question about command line

Hello, i've read the Usage Guide and EAC/Wavpack Guide,
but i've a little question about this command line :
-hm -w "Cuesheet=@*.cue" -w "Artist=%a" -w "Album=%g" -w "Year=%y" -w "Genre=%m" %s %d

What does mean -hm : high mode (lossless) or hybrid mode (lossy) ?

It seems to me in lossless mode unless i hear to the contrary.

I rip my cd with EAC (i want it in lossless with embedded cuesheet).

Thank you in advance, congratulation bryant for WavPack.

a little question about command line

Reply #1
What does mean -hm : high mode (lossless) or hybrid mode (lossy) ?

The single letter commands can be combined into a single string, so -hm is the same as -h (which is "high" mode) followed by -m (which adds an md5 sum).

The default mode in WavPack is always lossless. You have to add a -b to get hybrid (with 'b' meaning 'bits' or 'bitrate').

 

a little question about command line

Reply #2
Ouf, thanks bryant for your quick & clear answer. 

 
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