Gapless encoding to Ogg Vorbis - anything I have to be aware of? 2016-09-01 08:22:22 Hi community,I feel like I've searched the whole internet, but still could not find any satisfying answer to my question.Currently, my music collection is encoded in LAME MP3, but I would like to switch over to Ogg Vorbis, at least for those albums I have archived as FLAC. I expect the same quality (transparent, which LAME was at V2, V1 and V0 for me - used all of that switches all across my collection in the last few years) for lower bitrate. Still have to ABX-Test, which quality setting of Ogg Vorbis will be transparent to my ears, but well, let's go over to my actual question.In LAME, there is the --nogap switch, which ensures that consecutive tracks are encoded gaplessly. After that, we have to give Lame all the tracks to encode at once like:Code: [Select]--nogap <file1> <file2> <...>As stated in the reference.No, I know that Ogg Vorbis is gapless by design, but I wonder, if there is anything I need to be aware of when transcoding my FLAC-Collection to Ogg Vorbis, anything similar to the --nogap switch of LAME? I wonder, if I just can encode track by track independently, even ignoring the track order, in a batch file, and assume that tracks that are meant to be gapless, are encoded correctly at their transitions?