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    LAME Options

    Hi

    Just downloaded dBpoweramp yesterday to try it out (normally using CDex)

    It looks good, I am especially interested in the meta-data part which is much better than CDex.

    now for the question:

    Normally I inwoke LAME as an external encoder in CDex with the parameters

    -V0 -q0 -b256

    I can't see any where in dBpoweramp to set the parameters to LAME (apart from the V slider and 'Encoding:' downdown box of course)

    Any one knows how to set which parameters are send to the LAME encoder ?

    Finn
    Denmark

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    Re: LAME Options

    With -V you do not need to set a -b bitrate. The -q0 is set by encoding quality, set it to high.

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    Re: LAME Options

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    With -V you do not need to set a -b bitrate. The -q0 is set by encoding quality, set it to high.
    Hi there

    Thanks for answer.

    Yes this is correct for now, but if some new fancy option comes along in the future, is there anyway to start an external encoder with your own favourite parameters ?

    Both CDex and EAC have this feature.


    Finn
    Denmark

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    Re: LAME Options

    In Codec Central, simply download and install the CLI Encoder codec to use your own executable and parameters: http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-cli.htm

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    Re: LAME Options

    Quote Originally Posted by LtData View Post
    In Codec Central, simply download and install the CLI Encoder codec to use your own executable and parameters: http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-cli.htm
    Hi

    Many thanks for answer, just what I was looking for.

    I will give it a try later today.

    40$ is a good deal with dBpoweramp's excellent meta-data functions, so
    why not shift !


    Finn
    Denmark

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    Re: LAME Options

    Quote Originally Posted by LtData View Post
    In Codec Central, simply download and install the CLI Encoder codec to use your own executable and parameters: http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-cli.htm
    Works 100% the way I want, super

    Thanks

    Finn
    Denmark

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