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YAET - Yet Another Encoder Tool (Version 0.3j beta), Rip audio discs and provide up to five audio formats by on EAC run
post Oct 26 2013, 20:54
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Hi folks,

a few weeks ago I published YAET to the upload section of Hydrogenaudio: YAET upload. unsure.gif Because there was no reply so far I'm wondering if YAET is needless for others. Or hidden within the upload section. unsure.gif Hence this refresh here.

YAET - Yet Another Encoder Tool (Version 0.3j beta)
Rip audio discs and provide tagged audio files encoded to several formats by one EAC run.
Keywords: exact audio copy eac multi audio encoder flac lame mp3 mp4 m4a ogg alac apple cmd batch bat


Exact Audio Copy calls YAET as a program for external compression when ripping audio CDs "Compressed". YAET then starts up to five different audio encoders to provide selected formats of audio files. So YAET can organize output to archive audio CDs LossLess and in addition Lossy encoded tracks used by common hardware players via one EAC ripping process. YAET is designed for full EAC rips of albums or compilations. YAET will create all needed directories holding the different audio formats separately. YAET will add ID3-Tags to the encoded audio files as they has been defined in EAC. YAET processes EAC's WAVE files one by one. After the last track of a release YAET will delete all temporary written WAVE-files, checks for existing playlists and moves them to the pending directories. The parsed CueSheet can be used to rebuild an physical copy of the ripped audio CD. All ripped discs will be registered in a tab-separated table "EAC.csv" for e.g. MS Excel data import. YAET comes with YAETsetup.bat to help you with setting up needed options and keys.

See YAET.txt and run YAETsetup0.2.bat for more details. Any remarks welcome!

Cheers, Martin
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