Definitive answers on FLAC in EAC 2003-02-12 16:32:50 I've seen some answers to my questions in various threads but not all, and not all were complete. So, here goes...I've decided to use Flac for encoding my Jazz CD collection, but do like using EAC as the one step process. I would like to:1. Rip with EAC2. Encode with Flac - through EAC3. Include ID3v1.1 and ID3v2 tags so that other programs can read the tags4. Create CUE sheets5. Use ReplaygainIs this all possible through EAC, or do I need to use the FLAC Frontend for this level of detail.. or is this not really a good idea to begin with?- I'm ok with the setup for getting good rips from EAC and encoding with FLAC in EAC.- Also, from other threads I think I have the command for adding tags in Flac, for example: (-P 4096 -T "title=%t" -T "artist=%a" -T "album=%g" -T "date=%y" -T "tracknumber=%n" -T "genre=%m" -T "comment=Bryn4ne :: EAC .9b4, Secure with C2, accurate stream, NO disable cache, read offset correction :: FLAC 1.0.4" %s %d). If I select the ID3v1.1 and ID3v2 tag options in EAC, will this be included in my FLAC encoding, or do I need to do some command line stuff? Does the padding option box in EAC work with or confuse the command line option?- will the CUE sheets I make in EAC work for FLAC files? Are CUE sheets generic or specific to different file formats? If different, how would I include them in an EAC command line?- Finally, how do you, or can you, implement replaygain in EAC?If you can't do all this in EAC, then that's ok, I guess I'll use the Flac Frontend. I have two simple questions on this:1. In the CUE Sheet option, what do you put in the input box.... filenames??2. For replaygain, is it better to check 'Treat input files as one album' or not?I know it's a lot, but thanks for any info you can offer, or directions to point me in. BTW, thanks for a great forum. Sure glad I stumbled upon so many informative and helpful people.