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FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Good evening,

it's possible with ExactAudioCopy encode cdda in .m4a with the Fhg aac encoder or fdk aac encoder?
if it's possible i wanna say the additional parameters.
thank you


Re: FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Reply #2
I want the commandline additiona parameters  ;)

Thanks


Re: FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Reply #4
Help me >:(

Dont work.

Re: FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Reply #5
Works fine here.
Let's see. The Readme.txt I linked suggests you copy all 4 of the required DLLs to the same directory as fhgaacenc.exe if you don't plan to keep WinAmp.
I did that.
It also suggests you install VC2008 runtime if you don't have it yet.
It is already on my system.
I used the General Configuration for Encode AAC from the EAC and QAAC page in the Hydrogenaudio Knowledgebase.
http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=EAC_and_QAAC#General_Configuration_for_Encode_AAC
but using the path to the fhgaacenc.exe (which has all the DLLs in the same folder)
and the Additional command line options I gave you instead of the ones listed.
Ignore the high/low quality stuff.
korth

Re: FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Reply #6
Thank you very much korth, But i did the same thing by myself and now work perfectly. Thanks again

Re: FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Reply #7
But to get the tags, what should I add?

 

Re: FHG aac encoder or FDK aac encoder

Reply #8
The Readme.txt I linked doesn't show options for tags and EAC doesn't natively support tags for mp4/m4a.
You could tag after using mp3tag

Or you could add another program to the compression options to do the tagging
I tried AtomicParsley
You would need to change the compression program to
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c:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe
and the Additional command line options to something like
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/c \path\to\fhgaacenc.exe --vbr 4 --ignorelength --quiet %source% %dest% && \path\to\AtomicParsley.exe %dest% --overWrite --artist "%artist%" --title "%title%" --album "%albumtitle%" --year "%year%" --genre "%genre%" --comment "%comment%" --tracknum %tracknr% %hascover%--artwork "%coverfile%"%hascover%

You'll need to fill in the correct info for \path\to for your system
for testing I used
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/c c:\fhgaacenc\fhgaacenc.exe --vbr 4 --ignorelength --quiet %source% %dest% && c:\AtomicParsley\AtomicParsley.exe %dest% --overWrite --artist "%artist%" --title "%title%" --album "%albumtitle%" --year "%year%" --genre "%genre%" --comment "%comment%" --tracknum %tracknr% %hascover%--artwork "%coverfile%"%hascover%
If there are any spaces, you'll need to add "" - "c:\fhgaacenc\fhgaacenc.exe"
korth

 
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