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  1. #21
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    Then see the help:

    lame.exe --longhelp

    The options you're using for tagging are all specific to flac.exe. With lame.exe you use options like

    --ta "%artist%" --tt "%title%"

    See the help for the rest.

    The other thing you'll probably want to control is whether you want IDv2, IDv1, or both. You may want to add

    --id3v2-only

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJZolx View Post
    Then see the help:

    lame.exe --longhelp

    The options you're using for tagging are all specific to flac.exe. With lame.exe you use options like

    --ta "%artist%" --tt "%title%"

    See the help for the rest.

    The other thing you'll probably want to control is whether you want IDv2, IDv1, or both. You may want to add

    --id3v2-only
    like i said, i have one profile for flac, one for mp3, but i appreciate the responses. for mp3 i only use -q 1 and everything else seems to happen in accordance with other options in EACs config. for instance, i get only v2.3 tags via those options, not the command line.

    but see this:

    http://blowfish.be/eac/Lossy/lossy.html

    scroll to the bottom, thats the "hidden" stuff i haven't been able to get EAC to show me for a few versions now.

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    Just use lame.exe and command-line options, which is what that article recommends.

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    If you mean the missing tab in "4. Appendix: The LAME DLL Tab" I just added the dll to my EAC folder and didn't get it either. I think that functionality may have been depreciated somewhere along the way; that tutorial is a bit dated. As to "improvement", the encoder has been tuned to the point that most people get great results using -V0 or -V2 VBR. If you want CBR, just use -b 256. A lot of good info here: http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=LAME

    This is also interesting:
    http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/...howtopic=94075
    Last edited by Apesbrain; 2012-03-18 at 06:48.

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