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EAC using lame, command line options for mp3
norlane
post Aug 24 2012, 05:24
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Looking for the best command line option for trancoding a CD to mp3.
Using EAC under compression / external compression.
What is the best command line to add for best quality mp3 results
using lame as the codec.

Using EAC V 1.0 beta 3.
the guide sais it is out of date for the latest release.
http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=EAC_and_Lame

I beleive this is the changes.
"%s" is now "%source%"
"%d" is now "%dest%"
"%a" is now "%artist%"

so what command line structure is best for best quality.

thankx in advance.

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exec
post Aug 28 2012, 17:47
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QUOTE (greynol @ Aug 28 2012, 17:06) *
I will check 0.99pb4 and a couple other versions for myself later. I'm not just going to take your word for it, I hope you understand.


Sure. At the moment I cant't check it for myself, sorry.
If 0.99pb4 or later versions can write 2.4 tags, it may be a good idea to update the wiki article. Or have 2.4 tags have any disadvantages over 2.3 tags (aside from compatibility with older DAPs)?

Offtoptic: can dBpoweramp write 2.4 tags with the latest mp3 plugin?

QUOTE (greynol @ Aug 28 2012, 17:06) *
Re: "AFAIK"
Not good enough.


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greynol
post Aug 28 2012, 22:03
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QUOTE (exec @ Aug 28 2012, 09:47) *
If 0.99pb4 or later versions can write 2.4 tags, it may be a good idea to update the wiki article.

Done.


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