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Exact Audio Copy NeroAAC tagging problem, And yes, I have searched and tried many solutions around here :[
Supertails
post Nov 24 2013, 01:45
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I'm trying to get NeroAAC and Exact Audio Copy to play nice, but no matter what I do I get a multitude of errors. Most commonly, EAC seems to not recognize any of the command line, giving me "UNKNOWN PARAMETER: *whatever the line is*". I've even moved the files (neroAacEnc.exe and neroAacTag.exe) to C:\bin to make sure there's no spaces.

I'm going a little insane, so I'd appreciate if someone could help me out with this. I can give any information necessary.

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post Nov 24 2013, 01:51
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I can give any information necessary.
Any information whatsoever would be a good start. How is EAC configured? Which command line(s) have you tried? “*whatever the line is*” is not useful.

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And yes, I have searched and tried many solutions around here :[
Which solutions? With exactly the same results or different errors?

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post Nov 24 2013, 02:45
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Sorry. I have it all set up as is recommended here: http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=EAC_and_AAC

I've tried pretty much all the suggestions I found through Google, such as this one. I get the same errors (s)he gets in their opening post, with the caveat that I get it with most of the other suggestions as well.

Oh dear, it seems I fixed it somehow, though...simply by copying the solution from this post and getting rid of the -meta:album="%albumtitle%", because for some reason that broke it and made it so none of the tags worked. That puts my command line as:

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/c ""C:\bin\neroAacEnc.exe" -q 0.669 -lc -if %source% -of %dest% && "C:\bin\neroAacTag.exe" -meta:artist="%artist%" -meta:track="%numtracks%" -meta:title="%title%" -meta:composer="%albumcomposer%" -meta:genre="%genre%" -meta:year="%year%" %dest%"

Wow, I'm really sorry to have wasted your time; didn't think I'd randomly stumble upon some solution. I just kept removing and changing lines until that happened. That said, there are still a couple of problems. Mainly that I can't get the album title tag to work, but also that, for some reason, every track is put as track #6. I can assure you they're all numbered correctly in the EAC information area, off of the disc.

Once again, sorry, but any help would be appreciated.
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post Nov 24 2013, 02:53
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QUOTE (Supertails @ Nov 24 2013, 01:45) *
getting rid of the -meta:album="%albumtitle%", because for some reason that broke it and made it so none of the tags worked.
Does this occur with all albums or perhaps just one that might contain a character that either executable finds problematic?

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but also that, for some reason, every track is put as track #6. I can assure you they're all numbered correctly in the EAC information area, off of the disc.
This should be expected as soundping and, by extension, you are specifically filling the track number from %numtracks%, not %tracknr[1/2/3]% as you should be. The correct placeholder is used on the wiki page that you mentioned first. This shows why it is a good idea to check a command line from someone else before accepting it wholesale. Finally, for reference, I previously documented the placeholders in EAC here: http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti...AC_placeholders

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