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How-to rip into WMA-lossless w/EAC ?, Need a guide to do ripping to wmal within EAC
philgood
post Nov 22 2006, 20:24
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Hello music lovers,

i need to know how i can rip CD's into wma lossless within the EAC app.

after reading through 20! pages in this section of the forum i finally thought to
start a new thread.
After investigating through the web i followed the hint to install the WM-Encoder 9 pack.
Then i chose within EAC the WMA9 encoder under the external compression tab with the lossless bitrate
option checked.
But there is nothing more coming out then the .wav files...?
What i've to do ?

Thanks.

Phil
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Synthetic Soul
post Nov 23 2006, 10:26
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Hmm, using -a_setting Q100_44_2_24 does not result in 24 bit files, only a minor increase in bitrate. On reflection I realise that the switch is referring to the source, not the encoded file. blush.gif

-a_setting Q100_44_2_16

CODE
File Size : 48 402 361 bytes
Last Modified : 2006-11-23 09:13:51
Duration : 6:25.893 (17017881 samples)
Sample Rate : 44100 Hz
Channels : 2
Bits Per Sample : 16
Bitrate : 1041 kbps
Codec : WMA
Codec Profile : WMA Lossless
Encoding : lossless

-a_setting Q100_44_2_24

CODE
File Size : 48 536 421 bytes
Last Modified : 2006-11-23 09:16:06
Duration : 6:25.893 (17017881 samples)
Sample Rate : 44100 Hz
Channels : 2
Bits Per Sample : 16
Bitrate : 1044 kbps
Codec : WMA
Codec Profile : WMA Lossless
Encoding : lossless


Using -a_setting Q100_44_2_16 and using no -a_setting switch do result in identical files, as suspected.


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