Thread: Flac.exe????
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Old 2005-04-26, 11:11 AM
uhclem
 
Re: Flac.exe????

Quote:
Originally Posted by pmonk66
Actually - when using flac.exe do you have to add each track individually i.e.



E:\>flac -5 --sector-align --delete-input-file -m -P 4096 -V "E:\Music Download
s\My Music\The Who\Who1971.12.02 Dallas\who1971-12-02t03.wav" "E:\Music Download
s\My Music\The Who\Who1971.12.02 Dallas\who1971-12-02t04.wav" "E:\Music Download
s\My Music\The Who\Who1971.12.02 Dallas\who1971-12-02t05.wav" "E:\Music Download
s\My Music\The Who\Who1971.12.02 Dallas\who1971-12-02t06.wav" "E:\Music Download
s\My Music\The Who\Who1971.12.02 Dallas\who1971-12-02t07.wav" "E:\Music Download
s\My Music\The Who\Who1971.12.02 Dallas\who1971-12-02t08.wav"

flac 1.1.2, Copyright (C) 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005 Josh Coalson
flac comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are
welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. Type `flac' for details.

options: --delete-input-file --sector-align -P 4096 -b 4608 -m -l 8 -q 0 -r 3,3
-V
who1971-12-02t03.wav: Verify OK, wrote 115280333 bytes, ratio=0.616

who1971-12-02t04.wav: Verify OK, wrote 24930633 bytes, ratio=0.622
who1971-12-02t05.wav: Verify OK, wrote 49849357 bytes, ratio=0.624
who1971-12-02t06.wav: Verify OK, wrote 20365486 bytes, ratio=0.618
who1971-12-02t07.wav: Verify OK, wrote 18307049 bytes, ratio=0.622
who1971-12-02t08.wav: 100% complete, ratio=0.587

Pmonk, your output shows that you have to feed all the tracks to flac at the same time but as individual files, e.g.

flac -V -6 file1.wav file2.wav file3.wav

This method is ESSENTIAL if you want to sector align the tracks as you compress them. If you aren't trying to sector align them, then you can pass your wave files to flac.exe one at a time.

This is why the frontend is generally the way to go. Why not just stick with the frontend?
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