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Lossy Audio Tester (Windows batch script), It converts lossless into lossy at variouse bitrates at once.
post Jul 24 2012, 22:10
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This script can convert .wav, .flac, .ape (monkey's audio), .tak and .wv (wavpack) files into Ogg Vorbis, LAME Mp3, Musepack, Nero AAC and Opus files at variety of bitrates in one run. This is usefull for testing purposes.

Except script itself this package also includes:
- decoders: Flac (flac.exe), Tak (Takc.exe) and Wavpack (wvunpack.exe);
- encoders: Opus (opusenc.exe), Musepack (mpcenc.exe), Ogg Vorbis (oggenc2.exe);
(these files are stored in "Tools" directory)
- one input test file (test.flac - the same as here) inside "Input" directory.

Ape decoder - file MAC.EXE - can be found here: www.monkeysaudio.com/download.html
Mp3 LAME encoder - file lame.exe - can be found www.rarewares.org/mp3-lame-bundle.php
Nero AAC encoder - file neroAacEnc.exe - can be found here: www.nero.com/eng/technologies-aac-codec.html
These files also need to be placed in "Tools" directory.

- place input files (wav, flac, ape, tak or wv) into "Input" directory;
- run the file "LossyAudioTester.bat";
- follow instructions on the screen;
- ouput files will be placed into "Output" directory.
Encode options can be changed inside of the script itself.

This script is open source freeware, so everyone who wants, can modify/improve and use it as he wants. I am not going to give [longterm] support to it. crying.gif

This post has been edited by softrunner: Jul 24 2012, 22:11
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