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Batch convert FLAC to MP3 with copying of folder structure.
lieti
post Jun 21 2010, 19:27
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HELLo.
I want to convert my FLAC an APE collection to MP3 with highest quality, because FLAC is too big for my mp3 player.
I know how to convert between formats (but if somebody give me correct parameters for mp3 settings I will be thankfull)
Problem is that I want to convert it in batch proccess.
Now I have my FLAC collection in directory "D:\Music\Flac\...." and I want to convert it automaticly to the folder d:\Music\MP3, with keeping of everything, like tags,album art in tag folder and subfolder structure and files.
Thanks a lot for answer
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Ouroboros
post Feb 17 2012, 14:09
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You might also want to have a look at flac2mp3.py. As well as doing the conversion, it has lots of useful features, like using an MD5 checksum to work out which file(s) haven't changed since the last conversion and only converting those that have, and allowing you to only update the tags between your lossless and lossy library.
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- lieti   Batch convert FLAC to MP3 with copying of folder structure.   Jun 21 2010, 19:27
- - herojoker   Copy the Flac folder to the MP3 folder, then use f...   Jun 21 2010, 19:43
|- - lieti   QUOTE (herojoker @ Jun 21 2010, 19:43) Co...   Jun 21 2010, 20:32
- - shakey_snake   Use: CODE$replace(%path%,\FLAC...   Jun 21 2010, 19:53
|- - lieti   QUOTE (shakey_snake @ Jun 21 2010, 19:53)...   Jun 21 2010, 20:49
|- - shakey_snake   QUOTE (lieti @ Jun 21 2010, 15:49) Thanks...   Jun 21 2010, 21:11
|- - garym   QUOTE (shakey_snake @ Jun 21 2010, 14:11)...   Jun 21 2010, 21:34
||- - lieti   Thanks people, It seems that dbPowerAmp is good so...   Jun 21 2010, 22:01
|- - Mike Brown   QUOTE (shakey_snake @ Jun 21 2010, 15:11)...   Jul 7 2010, 13:52
- - 2E7AH   because you put that pattern in name format and co...   Jul 7 2010, 14:04
|- - Mike Brown   QUOTE (2E7AH @ Jul 7 2010, 08:04) because...   Jul 8 2010, 00:02
- - Purple Monkey   Well sure you did, what do you think %path% evalua...   Jul 8 2010, 02:48
- - domanix   Hi, Sorry to resurrect an old thread. I've h...   Jan 22 2012, 13:36
|- - bluto   Just in case it helps others, this is what I use w...   Jan 23 2012, 01:30
- - ryangoan   hey all, thanks for this thread. really helped me...   Feb 17 2012, 13:03
- - ryangoan   my bad. the post above doesnt recreate all subfold...   Feb 17 2012, 13:47
|- - bluto   QUOTE (ryangoan @ Feb 17 2012, 14:47) my ...   Feb 18 2012, 12:32
- - Ouroboros   You might also want to have a look at flac2mp3.py....   Feb 17 2012, 14:09
- - egglick   Bluto, you rock. Using your directions in post #1...   Jul 23 2012, 08:20
|- - bluto   Glad it worked for you! I don't think Foo...   Jul 23 2012, 12:55
- - db1989   QUOTE (egglick @ Jul 23 2012, 07:20) Now,...   Jul 23 2012, 13:00
- - Cwluc   QUOTE (ryangoan @ Feb 17 2012, 07:03) hey...   Oct 12 2012, 13:32
|- - Lysaar   Hi thanks for a lot of info but i still strugle ...   Oct 29 2013, 19:13
- - scope6   Thanks everyone for all of the info. I had a simi...   Sep 8 2014, 00:29


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