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ilikedirtthe2nd
post Dec 9 2005, 15:51
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Hi,

what I'm trying to do is using a wav image + cuesheet as input for lame to automaticly create files using the "--nogap" option.

I found info about lame with cuesheet input here. The patch is outdated and it's successor is "acdir" which interprets and pipes the cuesheet to lame or other encoders.

Now, I want to to exactly the same thing the patch did with acdir: Take an image and encode it to a series of files using the --nogap option, but acdir seems to refuse the setting of --nogap or better: it parses it to lame but no mp3s are created.

I know that --nogap is quite a cripple workaround, but I'd still like to be able to create mp3s that play gapless on hardware players, that don't read the lame info tag, in one step - you know most don't...

Anyone has got the same problem as I have an solved it? wink.gif

Regards; ilikedirt
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ilikedirtthe2nd
post Dec 9 2005, 17:55
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Thank you! I thought acdir was somehow able to parse the data in one commandline as the patched lame would be. Where can I find this GLOB.EXE? I might not need acdir at all...

Basicly I just don't want to have to parse the files to lame in one commandline manually like this

lame --other_options --nogaptags --nogap track01.wav track02.wav track03.wav ...

EDIT: I think I found GLOB.EXE - will be playing with it a bit and report back if I have any problems wink.gif laugh.gif

EDIT2: Hm GLOB doesn't have much variables. Is it possible to parse the list of files glob displays into a single lame commandline? unsure.gif

EDIT3: I also tried creating one big mp3 + cue and cutting it using Musiccutter. Works fine, exept it ruines the tags (no biggie copy these with foobar) and the vbr header is of course wrong (I can also fix this with foobar but it only works file per file not on a number of files...)

Thanks so far...

This post has been edited by ilikedirtthe2nd: Dec 9 2005, 19:18
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