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foo_naac problems

Hi

I'm using foobar 0.8.3 (upgrading to 0.9 soon, there's still some stuff I need that's not working) and the foo_naac plugin to transcode music to listen to on my mobile phone.  I have Nero 7.2.0.3b installed (registered) and randomly get crashes when encoding to AAC using it.  Some files seem to be fine, some will always crash it.

Has anyone else had this? I noticed the AAC options window in Nero has changed since the previous 7.x release so would this be the problem? 

Is there a better way to use the Nero AAC encoder instead?  I'd like to use it as I know it's good sound quality and I'd rather not use iTunes for this.

Here's a copy of one of the crash logs

Thanks for any help.

foo_naac problems

Reply #1
The encoder interface changed in Nero 7.2 and the 3rd party frontends no longer work reliably.

There should be a solution for this problem available soon, hopefully today. See the last few posts in:

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=43996

 

foo_naac problems

Reply #2
Wow, thanks for the fast reply!  So from reading that thread I'll assume a proper command line encoder is coming soon  That's great news.  I'll use 7.0.5.4 until then.

 
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