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Noob Q's about Lossless formats

Reply #25
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In Diskwriter preferences click Add new, choose Commandline Encoder, as Encoder find your Lame.exe, in Extension type MP3, in Parameters type:
--preset standard - %d
Format is lossy
Highest BPS mode supported 24
Tag default
Leave everything unticked and in Display name type whatever you want.
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When I click "Add New", the only options it gives me are:
WAV fixed point
WAV floating point
Legacy 0.7 Output

?????

Noob Q's about Lossless formats

Reply #26
Reinstall Foobar2k, and select ALL components for the easy way.

OR

Select custom install, and under Optional Components > Diskwriter outputs > CLI encoder, check the CLI encoder box.

Noob Q's about Lossless formats

Reply #27
That did the trick, thanks!

Is it neccesary to type in the name of the fodler you want EAC to extract to, or can you tell it to name the folder automatically by artist and album name?

Noob Q's about Lossless formats

Reply #28
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Is it neccesary to type in the name of the fodler you want EAC to extract to, or can you tell it to name the folder automatically by artist and album name?
In the "EAC options", you set the location for the ripped files under the "Directory" tab.

Then you can set the "naming scheme" under the "Filename" tab.

For example, my rip directory is set to "F:\Music",
and my naming scheme is set as "%D\%C\%N %T".

This results in files being ripped as:
F:\Music\Artist\Album\## Title.flac

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