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Command line switches question -, does order of switches matter?
post Feb 28 2013, 15:50
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I tried to tune compression options beyond built-in presets in foobar, using command line switches - like in EAC. But after several tries I'm not sure weather some options really work. I am confused weather it can be dependant on the order of command line switches?. Does order of them matter? I mean - is it possible, that putting some switch after another one can disable the one that is latter (effectively exclude it from processing options)? For example - does matter if "--sector-align" option in FLAC is the last one (after all "-T" switches for tags) or before them? Does it matter if "-V" (verification) switch is before or after compression parameters (like "-8", "-A")? I tried to read FLAC documentation but I see there only general explanations of all switches, but no info about revelance of their order. Any help will be appreciated.
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post Feb 28 2013, 18:52
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I find it more apt to close this repost and move the original to General Audio, as you could have requested from staff before.
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