However, this new version is smaller and makeportable displays some details and at the end:
No files to process
Everything is Ok
cannot extract AppleApplicationSupport.msi from installer
Do any friend here have the same problem?
Compiled with MSVS 2019 v142 SDK 10.0.19041.0
Win32 & Win64 with libFLAC_dynamic.dll
I'm trying to join (concatenate) several mp3's into a single MP3.
I have 2 MP3's off 2 different CDs and 1 MP3 voice track I created with Audacity, like an outro track.
When I try to Convert the 3 tracks together, I get this error:
2 out of 3 files converted with major problems.
Source: "C:\Users\matt\Documents\Music\music track 1.mp3"
An error occurred while writing to file (Unexpected audio format change) : "C:\Users\matt\Documents\web site\Image.mp3"
Encoder stream format: 44100Hz / 2ch / 24bps
Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\foobar2000\encoders\lame.exe" -S --noreplaygain -V 2 - "Image.mp3"
Working folder: C:\Users\matt\Documents\web site\
Source: "C:\Users\matt\Documents\web site\music\outro.mp3"
Conversion failed: Unexpected audio format change
If I remove the Audacity track (outro.mp3) the files convert without a problem.
I'm not really sure what to look for, so all help is greatly appreciated.
advanced limiter + Resampler PPHS (click ultra too)
With the bitdepth resampler, a setting of 32000 opens up bitrates under 80kbps, or
With the bitdepth resampler, a setting of 22050 opens up bitrates under 48kbps
That is true of most codecs; with the major difference that GXLame doesn't cut-off the treble.
The default -V20 is problematic. Lowest useful is -V26 (in my opinion). At -V26 or higher, my dynamics problem evaporated.
GXLame makes possible bitrates under 48kbps still similar to tape/FM quality. So, it is possible to put so many hours/days/weeks/years of audio into your phone that it would not be able to index the contents. I have not seen AAC/M4A make such an achievement.
To connect my Pioneer drive to EAC, when I click on Configuration Wizard it says, "EAC detected the following CD drives in your system. Please select which drives EAC should autoconfigure."
It has only one checkmark which I suppose is my Pioneer drive, but it doesn't say the name of the drive. When I proceed, an Error Message pops up that says, "EAC couldn't find a CD in the drive to be tested..."
So I'm having trouble making the EAC even read my CD (not sure if it's even connected to the CD drive).