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  1. Re: Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    There doesn't seem to be any difference in the debug files. They both just echo the DSP effects, and the fact that -importart="Folder.jpg", but neither says anything else about the writing of the...
  2. Re: Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    Same result... remember, it is talking to the file, because the other tags are showing up correctly.
  3. Re: Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    Yes, that same thing works correctly through music converter, and I'm then copying out of the registry exactly what's in the dspeffect, but the covert art doesn't come in with the command line...
  4. Re: Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    Thanks, Spoon - that got me most of thw way there. I find that I can add both tags such as title, comments, etc., from the command line, no problem. However, when I do as you recommended above and...
  5. Re: Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    So - two questions, really -

    1) What would the syntax be to lay in the tags from the command line, onto an mp3 that's just been created from a flac file that has no tags in it to begin with...
  6. Re: Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    No, the flac is an empty slate as far as tags. I'm pulling those from elsewhere, as well as the cover art, and need to lay it all into the newly made MP3s.
  7. Add multiple tags (Incl. cover art) from command line

    I'm converting from flac to mp3 via the command line, and would like to include tags for artist, title, covert art, track, disc (part num), comments, and genre. How would I go about doing this? Is...
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    Re: WMA to WAV - getting an error

    To elaborate, when I run dbConfig, I see no encoders listed at all. On one of my other machines this looks normal, includes FLAC, WAVE, etc. I don't know hoe I managed to lose them on the machine...
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    Re: WMA to WAV - getting an error

    How strange - same thing, unable to load encoder 'FLAC'. And mp3 too - FLAC to MP3 was working before I installed the WMA codec - and now nothing seems to be working. Please help! (This is urgent,...
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    WMA to WAV - getting an error

    When I try to run the converter from the command line to convert a WMA file to WAV, I get "Error: Unable to load encoder 'Wave'. [dBCoreConverter::dBCoreConverter]" Is there a codec that I need to...
  11. Re: Flac to MP3 96 bit - noticeably poor quality

    No reason that I can possibly think of - that's just what I stumbled upon to use form what I could gather via help. I am absolutely open to suggestions, I'm only limited by the fact that I must use...
  12. Re: Flac to MP3 96 bit - noticeably poor quality

    The original flac file is 44.1 KHz, and the converted MP3s are coming out as 32 KHz. Would adding the resample help here? If so, can you tell me how to add that into the command line?
  13. Flac to MP3 96 bit - noticeably poor quality

    I am converting via the command line from flac to 96 bit MP3. When we do this with other tools that we currently use, the playback quality is fine. However, the ones that I'm creating using...
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