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  1. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    All good. But if I was converting to m4a/AAC as CBR, I would NOT use 512kbps. I'd use 320. I suspect there are many players that won't play anything greater than 320kbps (that is the standard...
  2. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    I think you need TWO "trimfirstfolder" items. Experiment with converting one of your artist folders to see that everything shows up where you want. Then you can run all of it in one giant batch. ...
  3. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    1. Preserving Folder Layout

    Instructions say setting converter settings to [origpath]\[origfilename] preserves source folders and source file names. I wish to preserve the layout of my song...
  4. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    start dbpoweramp control center, at the bottom of that screen, click on Configuration > Advanced Settings. When this opens, tick all the windows explorer integrations option.
  5. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    Yes, your understanding is correct. And as @schmidj notes and we've said earlier, to change your RG tags, just redo those as previously described, no need to re-convert to FLAC, etc.

    Regarding...
  6. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    With regard to your question. This is intended for future reference incase I decide I wish to use a different ReplayGain value in the future or if I have to create a new ReplayGain value file...
  7. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    You talk about a "single ReplayGain file". I have no idea what that would be. ReplayGain is written as tag info to a file, based on an assumed level (e.g., 89db). There is no "ReplayGain" file.
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    Re: Convert entire iTunes library

    yep, super simple to create a mirror library of mp3 files with same folder structure, tags, and artwork. Go for it.
  9. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    Yes, both ID TAG UPDATE and REPLAYGAIN utility DSPs are useable in batch converter "convert to" process. These DSPs may not be installed by default. See codec central link below to install.
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  10. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    yes, batch converter, then convert to: ID TAG UPDATE
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    Re: Convert entire iTunes library

    yes, dbpa can do all this. Convert to mp3, maintain same tag info, maintain same file name, directory structure, etc. And can do the entire library in one batch with a few clicks.
    p.s. You do...
  12. Re: Questions About Adding and Removing ReplayGain from Song Files

    1. I have completed ripping my audio CD collection to FLAC. I have also used the ReplayGain settings which include the Track and Album Gain during the ripping process. Now, someone can correct me...
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    Re: Genre tagging support

    Agree! Although I have a lot of music some might call "Americana", I don't use this as a GENRE name.
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    Re: Rip & Write ReplayGain

    Yep, not sure myself. Although I suspect most people rip to create bitperfect copies of the CD, then later on use the CONVERTER to create lossy versions with volume modified, etc.
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    Re: Genre tagging support

    With either 19k or 115k files, the batch processing power of dbpa, and PerfectTunes makes things like adding/deleting/modifying GENRE, STYLE, etc. pretty easy.
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    Re: Genre tagging support

    and for normal multi-value tags (not sure if style is one), in dbpa, the ";" is what separates the multiple values. For example, with artist in a FLAC file, if you had "Miles Davis; Miles Davis...
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    Re: Genre tagging support

    not sure. I don't use the style tag. In fact earlier this year I even modified my about 115,000 files to significantly reduce the number of genres I use. I found that simplification was better for...
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    Re: Rip & Write ReplayGain

    Yes, just add the ReplayGain DSP to be used during ripping and select the "Track and Album" option. Both track and album RG tag fields will be added during the rip and at the end of the rip (for...
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    Re: Genre tagging support

    I suspect most users of style follow your approach (style as a sub-genre). Some players/servers can use style. I use Logitech Media Server (LMS), i.e., squeezebox players, foobar2000, and Roon, and...
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    Re: Album Gain Tag Not Written

    oops, didn't realize this was in the TuneFusion forum.
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    Re: Album Gain Tag Not Written

    I assume you let the process completely finish before looking at these files. Album RG tag is not added until the very end. Where are you converting the files to? On the same computer running dbpa,...
  22. Re: I am not getting metadata in the Ripper anymore

    Some of the metadata providers went out of business or were purchased and quit licensing their metadata. There are a number of threads on the forum about this back from when it happened. So this...
  23. Re: Music Converter Add ID Tag Encoder & Encoder Settings ?

    In CD Ripper Options, select "Tags and Filenames > Metadata and ID Tags" OPTION and scroll down to "write ID tags" and tick "encoded by", "encoder" and "encoder settings" and all these tag fields...
  24. Thread: Custom Naming

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    Re: Custom Naming

    or just use the disk number as part of the track number, and have all the disks end up in the same folder. Use something like this in the appropriate part of the naming string:

    [disc].[track] -...
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    Re: Ripping HDCDs on a Mac

    Yep, and FYI, I listen to most of my HDCDs just as normal CD rips. They sound glorious.
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