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    MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ... (doesnt works)

    I'm adding instruction to configure MAREO for dbpamp, but MAREO is getting no command line:

    You need to download and install the Generic CLI. Define MAREO command line by running Start >> Programs >> dBpowerAMP Music Converter >> Create Generic CLI.

    1. Shown Name: MAREO
    2. Use Cli Encoder: (browse for) mareo.exe
    3. File Extension: the file extension of the 1st format you are going to encode into

    Press Create, and then close this dialog box. Start dBpowerAMP and press the Options button.

    Under the Audio CD Input Options, in Rip to, select MAREO, uncheck Write ID tags, and press Settings button.

    Check and confirm MAREO.exe location, and press OK.

    In Command Line, complete with: mareo.ini [InFile] [OutFile] [IDArtist] [IDAlbum] [IDTrack] [IDTrackNumber] [IDYear] [IDGenre] and press OK.

    when i look at the LOG, says:

    Codec Error 'MAREO - Multiple Applications Runner for EAC and Others - GPL Licensed

    No Enought Parameters Received:

    *** Received Command Line ***

    as if it got NO command line. Any ideas?
    Last edited by kwanbis; 03-04-2006 at 08:07 PM. Reason: clarification

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    enabling CLI debug might help:

    open regedit, navigate to:
    hkey_current_user/software/illustrate/dbpoweramp

    add dword "CLIDebug"

    set to 1 to turn it on

    i havent used MAREO so i don't even know what it does... but i will probably learn soon..

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    How is this MAREO different from the multi-encoder? http://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthread.php?t=8314

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    MAREO allows fo unlimited encoders, it supports dual file encoders, and pre and post processors ... and is the original multiple encoders runner (TM) ... i don't knwo how it comapres, i thinks they should be pretty similar, but is a matter of giving choice to the users ... i actually use dbpoweramp, but also use MAREO ... did my instruction feel right?

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    MAREO (dizziness in spanish) is a special command line encoder for CD rippers, that has the ability to execute multiple encoders for each track ripped, allowing to encode to multiple music formats (MP3, FLAC, etc) at the same time. Once properly configured, a CD ripper, after each successful ripped track, would call MAREO as if it where a command line (CLI) encoder, whom in turn would execute all the encoders it has been instructed to, passing them the required parameters such as source and destination file, album author, album name, track number, track name, album date, album genre, etc. It can also be used to execute pre and post-processor programs, like WaveGain and MP3Gain respectively. And is also capable of understanding/handling "multi-file-generator" encoders, like OptimFROG and WavPack. It is usually used, for example, to rip to FLAC (for archival) and MP3 (for MP3 Player use), or to MPC (for PC playing) and to Ogg Vorbis (for portable playing).

    MAREO comes pre-configured, and has been tested to work with: LAME, Ogg Vorbis, MusePack, iTunes (w/iTunesEncode), QuickTime Pro (w/Qutibacoas), Nero AAC (w/NAACenc), FLAC, OptimFROG (including correction file), WavPack (even hybrid with correction file), WaveGain, MP3Gain, WAPET, and foobar2000.

    MAREO is an open source/GPL-licensed application developed using Borland's Delphi, and is my (very) humble contribution to the excellent Hydrogenaudio community.

    http://www.webearce.com.ar/

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    Moved to the Developer section, as it regarding the Generic CLI encoder and not dMC itself really.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    mareo.ini [InFile] [OutFile] [IDArtist] [IDAlbum] [IDTrack] [IDTrackNumber] [IDYear] [IDGenre]

    How does mareo know which paramater is which? at the very least you need to put quotes around items, and perhaps an identifier

    such as -a="[IDArtist]"

    if a was for artist.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    Hi spoon, sorry i didn't understand your question. What i want, is to pass MAREO, the:

    source dest artist album title track year genre

    that dbpoweramp has before ripping an album. The CLI example reads:

    ID Tags such as Artist can be passed to the CLI Encoder by using [IDArtist] [IDTrack] [IDAlbum] [IDGenre] [IDYear] [IDComment] [IDTrackNumber], for example if I wanted to pass these tags in a way Lame.exe could understand my command line would be:

    [InFile] [OutFile] --r3mix --ta "[IDArtist]" --tt "[IDTrack]" --tl "[IDAlbum]" --tg "[IDGenre]" --ty "[IDYear]" --tc "[IDComment]" --tn "[IDTrackNumber]"

    EDIT: i can add quotes right, i don't need to identify the, as MAREO expects them in a pre-defined order.
    Last edited by kwanbis; 03-11-2006 at 06:43 AM.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    The quotes would definately be needed, if an item was "" or The Strokes, as an artist would fall in to the 2nd field.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    dbpoweramp is passing nothing to MAREO, even if i complete the ARTIST/ALBUM fields.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    Hold the mouse over a file, if the popup says dbpoweramp it will say wether it can read the id tags.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    using the debug option, i get this on the clipboard:

    "C:\Encoders\mareo.exe" mareo.ini C:\~dmcin.wav C:\~dmcout.mp3 "[Artist]" "[Album]" "" "" "" ""

    and my encoder settings are:

    mareo.ini [InFile] [OutFile] "[Artist]" "[Album]" "[IDTrack]" "[IDTrackNumber]" "[IDYear]" "[IDGenre]"

    MAREO reports *** Received Command Line ***:

    "C:\Encoders\mareo.exe" mareo.ini C:\~dmcin.wav C:\~dmcout.mp3 "[Artist]" "[Album]" "" "" "" ""

    so, why, if the Artist reads U2, and Album reads The Best Of 1980-1990, it is not being passed to MAREO? why not the track name/number/genre/etc?

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon
    Hold the mouse over a file, if the popup says dbpoweramp it will say wether it can read the id tags.
    this is a problem of dbpamp not passing the correct parameters to MAREO.

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    >mareo.ini [InFile] [OutFile] "[Artist]" "[Album]" "[IDTrack]" "[IDTrackNumber]" "[IDYear]" "[IDGenre]"

    Should be

    mareo.ini [InFile] [OutFile] "[IDArtist]" "[IDAlbum]" "[IDTrack]" "[IDTrackNumber]" "[IDYear]" "[IDGenre]"

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    Re: MAREO: instructions for adding it to dbpamp ...

    you where right on that one, but now i get:

    "C:\Encoders\mareo.exe"mareo.ini C:\~dmcin.wav C:\~dmcout.mp3 "" "" "" "" "" ""

    and i have all the fields completed.

    (notice also that there is no space between the first parameter (mareo.ini)

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