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LaurentNerva
post Jan 18 2012, 13:16
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Hello.

I would like ripping and encoding WAV to MPC with the extern programm mpcenc.exe but there is a malfunction. The settings are here :



With this setup in Additional command-line options :

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--quality 9 --xlevel --ape2 --artist "%a" --title "%t" --album "%g" --year "%y" --track "%n" --genre "%m" %s

I have this error message :



Even this only setting don't works :

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--quality 9

How can I do ?

Thanks...
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LaurentNerva
post Jan 30 2012, 11:58
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On the base, the great majority of my musical files are coded in HE-AAC with SBR. I chose definitively Aimp3 because I like the lightness and the aspect of this software, besides its sound high quality. What makes that I do not absolutely wish to change it.

Aimp3 reads all the formats, including the HE-AAC as well as the values of Replay Gain which are registered in files. Problem : the module of calculation of Replay Gain gives different values that Winamp or Foobar2000. That would not be a problem if all the library was scanned with the module of Aimp3 but with the files HE-AAC, only the value in decibels is registered in the file, not the value of the peak.

Thus, to calculate Replay Gain, I thought of using Foobar2000 in portable version. New problem : it calculates correctly the value of Replay Gain of files HE-AAC but does not manage to integrate the data with this format. So that I tried to use the AAC of iTunes (m4a) in command line with qtaacenc.exe but according to what I was able to read, it is necessary to have QuickTime installed on the PC and I don't want to have another additional program which will almost be of no use.

I chose now the MPC for my collection of classical music. Here, not of Replay Gain but I was going to use from now on this format for the other musical styles by integrating Replay Gain. But because Aimp3 does not manage to read the values, I am in a dead end because I don't either want to reinstall Winamp, who calculates and registers very well Replay Gain des HE-AAC.

Is there a means to use qtaacenc.exe without installing QuickTime or other solution at my problems ?

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post Jan 30 2012, 22:42
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QUOTE (LaurentNerva @ Jan 30 2012, 10:58) *
On the base, the great majority of my musical files are coded in HE-AAC with SBR. I chose definitively Aimp3 because I like the lightness and the aspect of this software, besides its sound high quality. What makes that I do not absolutely wish to change it.
Please read #8 of Hydrogenaudio's Terms of Service, to which you agreed upon registering your account. Claims about relative sound quality cannot be posted unless they are substantiated by evidence. This applies especially to differences for which there is no logical basis, such as different players using the same output method to play the same material sounding different. I think this might be the placebo effect in action.
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