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WAV to FLAC error with greek filenames, Impossible to convert wav to flac when wav filename in greek.
adrien.ha
post Oct 27 2012, 21:13
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Hi all,

i'm new in flac ripping. I installed EAC and configured it. When i tried to rip a CD to flac, at the end of every track, it told me : Warning "The external compressor returned an error".

In the end, all the tracks had been made to .wav files but they hadn't been converted into flac files.

I tried converting the wav files to flac files without EAC, by using the FLAC Front End alone, and it made an error : Run-time error '53': File not found.

When i give as input a wav file with latin caracters there is no problem at all.

So i'm quite sure the problem comes with wav files containing greek caracters in their name.

Does anybody have a solution or any idea about that ?

Thank you
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pablogm123
post Oct 28 2012, 10:59
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To rip CDs in good/excellent condition there is absolutely no difference, because any decent drive can rip in a go any CD in good shape without reporting any C2 error . However, dBpoweramp will outperform other programs when you own a drive with good C2 support and you want to rip somewhat damaged CDs, because take into account C2 pointers in re-reads (and can do hundreds of re-rips), so that dBpoweramp can rescue more accurate data from damaged CDs. And don't forget that programs

Anyway, a rip verified by Accuraterip is always a very good thing. If verified by Accuraterip, doesn't matter if was extracted by EAC, dBpoweramp, Foobar 2000, at 8x speed, at 32x speed...
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