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LAME --nogap in EAC, Is this possible?
TakuSkan
post Dec 3 2003, 20:42
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I've been reading through posts on the LAME --nogap option. Some say the MP3 format doesn't allow gapless files. Some people say they've gotten it to work.

I'm gathering that it >can< work, but won't totally eliminate the gap.

I tried configuring EAC with the command: "--alt-preset standard --nogap %s %d" but didn't have any success. EncSpot has a field that indicates a --nogap encoded MP3, but none of the MP3s I encoded indicated that --nogap had been applied.

Can anyone tell me if it's possible to get EAC to execute --nogap on a series of tracks?

Thanks,

Shel
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Peter
post May 17 2004, 11:20
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QUOTE (PhileasFogg @ May 17 2004, 06:54 AM)
why wouldn't --nogap files play just as well on "players supporting reading encoder delay and padding info" ??? 

the redistribution of samples couldn't be a problem, since we're talking about a continuous stream of music here--but i could see it being a problem if the --nogap files don't have the same special header info that a regular lame file has--is this the case?

Difficult to read the topic before replying to it, isn't it ?
QUOTE (zZzZzZz @ Dec 3 2003, 11:21 PM)
--nogap switch itself needs player-side support to do its job (decoder must not be reinitialized between files), and not many software players can possibly do that (supposedly some hardware players play decode --nogap files gaplessly).
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- TakuSkan   LAME --nogap in EAC   Dec 3 2003, 20:42
- - witt   You can get gapless playback without --nogap optio...   Dec 3 2003, 21:16
- - Peter   --nogap switch itself needs player-side support to...   Dec 3 2003, 21:21
- - TakuSkan   QUOTE (zZzZzZz @ Dec 3 2003, 04:21 PM)--nogap...   Dec 3 2003, 23:41
- - TakuSkan   QUOTE (zZzZzZz @ Dec 3 2003, 04:21 PM)--nogap...   Dec 4 2003, 02:27
- - Peter   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 4 2003, 04:27 AM)QUOTE ...   Dec 4 2003, 03:01
- - Mike Giacomelli   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 3 2003, 11:42 AM)I...   Dec 4 2003, 05:08
- - TakuSkan   QUOTE (zZzZzZz @ Dec 3 2003, 10:01 PM)--nogap...   Dec 4 2003, 08:38
- - pdh11   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 3 2003, 11:42 AM)I trie...   Dec 4 2003, 13:18
- - pdh11   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 3 2003, 02:41 PM)But us...   Dec 4 2003, 13:26
- - Peter   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 4 2003, 10:38 AM)QUOTE ...   Dec 4 2003, 13:28
- - Mike Giacomelli   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 3 2003, 11:38 PM)QUOTE ...   Dec 4 2003, 19:42
- - TakuSkan   QUOTE (zZzZzZz @ Dec 4 2003, 08:28 AM)Foobar2...   Dec 4 2003, 20:27
- - Moneo   QUOTE (TakuSkan @ Dec 4 2003, 08:27 PM)Were y...   Dec 4 2003, 23:07
- - TakuSkan   QUOTE (Mike Giacomelli @ Dec 4 2003, 02:42 PM...   Dec 5 2003, 21:29
- - TakuSkan   QUOTE (Moneo @ Dec 4 2003, 06:07 PM)For start...   Dec 5 2003, 21:50
- - Thrasher   QUOTE (zZzZzZz @ Dec 3 2003, 06:01 PM)QUOTE (...   Jan 11 2004, 14:49
- - criZZb   QUOTE (Thrasher @ Jan 11 2004, 02:49 PM)You s...   Jan 12 2004, 20:34
- - PhileasFogg   why wouldn't --nogap files play just as well o...   May 17 2004, 04:54
- - Peter   QUOTE (PhileasFogg @ May 17 2004, 06:54 AM)wh...   May 17 2004, 11:20
- - Gabriel   Anyway I am in favor of removal of --nogap in v4. ...   May 17 2004, 11:53
- - PhileasFogg   sorry, zZzZzZz, i wasn't clear about what i me...   May 17 2004, 18:08


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