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List of recommended MPC settings
CiTay
post Dec 20 2003, 11:04
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QUOTE (dreamliner77 @ Dec 20 2003, 03:16 AM)
Well, i've finally made the jump and have decided to check out mpc.  Got it working using the batch encoder and all.  The one question I have is this:  I know replaygain info is only used in the tag, but if I decode to wave using the batch encoder, does it use the replay gain tag or does it just decode the normal file.

You can define that with the decoding switches, as stated in the first post under "Decoding switches / MPC to WAV". If you use no decoding switches, it doesn't use ReplayGain. However, even for albums that you listen to in your car, i would use clipping prevention (album-based for an album, title-based for a mix CD), as clipping is never beneficial to the sound. For that, enter the following into the switches box of Batch Encoder's decoding options: "--gain 1 --prev" (album) or "--gain 0 --prev" (title), both without the "".
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post Dec 20 2003, 16:28
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Okay, thanks. I was just a little confuse over how things were explained in the beginning of the thread. Will report back when I have some time to "experiment"

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post Dec 24 2003, 17:13
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Under the "How to replaygain" section of this list shouldn't we add Foobar2000's replaygain scan? I think it's the easiest way to apply replaygain.
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post Dec 25 2003, 11:18
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yes, for a single album, foobar2k is the best solution,

as foobar is as player the best and offers the necessary thingies, an audiophile likes so much....

I recall, that foobar was added to the list ?
The ways more exactly described in the list, deal with mass-replaygaining, a lot subfolders, treat each folder as 1 album, which cannot be performed by foobar afaik.


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post Dec 25 2003, 12:49
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QUOTE (user @ Dec 25 2003, 11:18 AM)
The ways more exactly described in the list, deal with mass-replaygaining, a lot subfolders, treat each folder as 1 album, which cannot be performed by foobar afaik.

foobar2000 can do it!
just change the album grouping pattern to %_path% or %_directoryname% in the RG scanner preferences, and then perform a multiple albums scan.
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post Dec 26 2003, 05:46
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Yeah, all you have to do is add all the files to foobars playlist, select them all,
right click > replaygain > scan selection as multiple albums. I don't think you have to change any grouping patterns...I never do. My grouping pattern is set to the default %album%.

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post Feb 12 2004, 18:15
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Regarding replaygaining, i was wondering if anyone had any interest at all in making a gui for sweep and replaygain to batch process files? I know I have problems running it from cmd line. (for some reason I can only navigate my c Drive.


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post Feb 12 2004, 18:35
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Why not downloading foobar with rgscanner. When deleting all unneeded components it won't be much bigger than a gui just for sweep. (of course that's only my opinion and perhaps there's something what foobar lacks but sweep can which I'm not aware of) smile.gif

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post Feb 15 2004, 00:05
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added explanation about mppdec versions:

MPC -> MP3 by MPCxchange (be careful, use mppdec 1.93j instead of 1.95, or mppdec 1.95e with Lame3.95.1 (latest rarewares compile))


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post Mar 29 2004, 04:34
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The links to mppenc and mppdec are both broken for me.
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post Mar 29 2004, 05:08
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QUOTE (anand @ Mar 29 2004, 12:34 AM)
The links to mppenc and mppdec are both broken for me.

Both binaries can be downloaded here:
http://www.rarewares.org/mpc.html


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post Mar 30 2004, 14:10
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Thanks rjamorim !



oh, the first page of this list needs a lot link fixes, all case's page/file links need updates, to the correspondent Rarewares files & pages ?

http://www.rarewares.org

will do it, if time.


And satcp's eac guide with his older drive offset db:

http://users.pandora.be/satcp/


other pages with drive offsets:

http://www.offsetbase.eac-audio.de/

http://www.accuraterip.com/driveoffsets.htm

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post Apr 3 2004, 16:43
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Okay, i fixed the links. If anyone finds a broken link or has a new link suggestion, just reply here.

edit: Attached sweep.exe, useful for recursive Replaygain etc.
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Attached File  Sweep.zip ( 19.58K ) Number of downloads: 1253
 
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post May 8 2004, 04:07
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Is there a switch you can use when using the batch encoder to delete the .wav file after it is encoded?


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post May 8 2004, 04:24
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Still don't think the pipe problem is solved. Mmmmhuhh with Case's site up again, 1.93j should be downloadable here and here.


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post May 8 2004, 04:33
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If that was directed at me, I still don't know what switch(es) to use.


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post May 8 2004, 04:40
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QUOTE (dreamliner77 @ May 7 2004, 07:33 PM)
If that was directed at me, I still don't know what switch(es) to use.

oH, sorry...
no - I'm just fustraded of no fix of broken decoder pipe........


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post May 15 2004, 19:01
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New version of MPC Batch Encoder is available.

New things:
* More flexible tagging.
* Option to preserve the directory structure.
* A different tab control (tabctl32.ocx is not needed anymore).
* Option to run the encoder or decoder in idle priority class.
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post May 17 2004, 11:03
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Fixed a bug that made the 'Output directory' frame of the decoder visible directly after starting the frontend (while the encoder 'Output directory' frame should be visible). Please update to version 2.3.1 if you have downloaded 2.3.
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post May 17 2004, 12:57
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QUOTE (Speek @ May 15 2004, 07:01 PM)
New version of MPC Batch Encoder is available.

Thanks, I see the new Idle button has replaced the Pause button, but that's fine with me.
BTW I'm a fan of your frontend batchgenerators biggrin.gif
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post Jun 19 2004, 20:37
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when are we going to see a new release from Klemm? Its been really a long time....
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post Jun 19 2004, 21:15
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QUOTE (alfa156 @ Jun 19 2004, 08:37 PM)
when are we going to see a new release from Klemm? Its been really a long time....

Actually it's in the making. First he had problems with Linux bugs, then there was something related to his job, but there's light at the end of the tunnel...
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post Jun 20 2004, 16:33
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So we have good news Citay!! smile.gif
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post Oct 14 2004, 05:12
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QUOTE (CiTay @ Jun 19 2004, 02:15 PM)
QUOTE (alfa156 @ Jun 19 2004, 08:37 PM)
when are we going to see a new release from Klemm? Its been really a long time....

Actually it's in the making. First he had problems with Linux bugs, then there was something related to his job, but there's light at the end of the tunnel...
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Has the light at the end of the tunnel grown any? 1.15r seems to be practically the recommended version, even though technically it's not. Would be nice to see something final soon that didn't have the experimental tag. Don't want to use 1.14 either for obvious reasons.
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post Oct 14 2004, 12:23
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I'll post what Frank told me three days ago, but it's not good news (at least for MPC). He says, he has no time for programming at the moment, because there's training for sales and distribution of a new Advanced Imaging Microscopy device at his workplace and he gets home late at night each day. I'll ask him for news every now and then and will report back when there's any about MPC.
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