You would not have to make any changes, just point to the 64 bit exe.
About speed, you would have to try to see.
You would not have to make any changes, just point to the 64 bit exe.
About speed, you would have to try to see.
Spoon
www.dbpoweramp.com
What do I point to in the 64 bit folder.
In the 64 bit folder:
libsoxconvolver64.dll
libsoxconvolver64.dll
msvcp120.dll
msvcr120.dll
refalac64.exe
In the 32 bit folder:
libgcc_s_sjlj-1.dll
libsoxconvolver.dll
libsoxr.dll
msvcp120.dll
msvcr120.dll
qaac.exe
refalac.exe
The 32 bit encoder script references qaac.exe. There is no qaac.exe in the 64 bit folder. I tried copying qaac.exe to the 32 bit folder and that didn't work. I also tried pointing to refalac64.exe in the 64 bit folder and that didn't work.
Maybe the zip I downloaded is missing the 64 bit qaac.exe.
You are missing the 64 bit qaac.exe
Spoon
www.dbpoweramp.com
Hi all
This thread seems to answer my question how to use qaac with dbpoweramp.
I have taken tscolin's latest script from post *7 and put it and the x86 qaac files into the CLI encoder directory. When I try to batch convert, I get the stdIn Pipe error that tscolin mentioned in post *1.
I have all the files from the qaac/x86 directory + encoder.txt in the CLI encoder directory.
What could I be doing wrong?
Thanks a lot
Solved
Looking at other encoder.txt files, I figured out that there need to be quotes around [outfile] such as this "[outfile]"
With this addition, the script in post *7 works
Here's the encoder.txt file as I am using it:
- added quotes around [outfile]
- added drop down to set target sample rate
Code:
Code:[codec].m4a qaac.exe [msgifnoencoder] Before using this encoder a seperate component must first be installed from https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/ . [radio&slider] 4 24 292 1 10 0 Quality (tVBR) 5 Q4 (~40kbps) -V 4 Q13 (~45kbps) -V 13 Q22 (~75kbps) -V 22 Q31 (~80kbps) -V 31 Q40 (~95kbps) -V 40 Q49 (~105kbps) -V 49 Q58 (~115kbps) -V 58 Q63 (~128kbps) -V 63 Q68 (~135kbps) -V 68 Q77 (~150kbps) -V 77 Q86 (~165kbps) -V 86 Q95 (~195kbps) -V 95 Q104 (~225kbps) -V 104 Q113 (~255kbps) -V 113 Q122 (~285kbps) -V 122 Q127 (~320kbps) -V 127 Q0 (Highest Possible) -V 0 [/sliderend] 80 0 Bit Rate (ABR) 9 Average Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -a 16 Average Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -a 24 Average Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -a 32 Average Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -a 48 Average Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -a 56 Average Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -a 64 Average Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -a 80 Average Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -a 96 Average Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -a 128 Average Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -a 144 Average Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -a 160 Average Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -a 192 Average Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -a 224 Average Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -a 256 Average Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -a 320 Average Bit Rate: Highest Possible -a 0 [/sliderend] 154 0 Bit Rate (cVBR) 9 Constrained Bit Rate: Auto -v 0 Constrained Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -v 16 Constrained Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -v 24 Constrained Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -v 32 Constrained Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -v 48 Constrained Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -v 56 Constrained Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -v 64 Constrained Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -v 80 Constrained Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -v 96 Constrained Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -v 128 Constrained Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -v 144 Constrained Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -v 160 Constrained Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -v 192 Constrained Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -v 224 Constrained Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -v 256 Constrained Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -v 320 Constrained Bit Rate: Highest Possible -v 0 [/sliderend] 218 0 Constant (CBR) Constant Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -c 16 Constant Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -c 24 Constant Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -c 32 Constant Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -c 48 Constant Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -c 56 Constant Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -c 64 Constant Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -c 80 Constant Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -c 96 Constant Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -c 128 Constant Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -c 144 Constant Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -c 160 Constant Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -c 192 Constant Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -c 224 Constant Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -c 256 Constant Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -c 320 Constant Bit Rate: Highest Possible -c 0 [/sliderend] [label] 10 44 low quality (smaller file) 808080 [label] 216 44 high quality (larger file) 808080 [combo] 60 66 90 1 Force LC AAC Force HE AAC (< 84 kbps) --he [combo] 160 66 90 1 Target Sample Rate TSR = auto --rate auto TSR = keep --rate keep TSR = 44.1kHz --rate 44100 TSR = 48.0kHz --rate 48000 [clistring] -o "[outfile]" --no-optimize -q2 - [minfreq] 8000 [maxfreq] 96000 [maxchannels] 6
Last edited by rudolffischer; 11-03-2014 at 05:25 AM.
Thanks for the help and changes!
I've made some simple formatting changes, moved things a smidge.
Thank you for all the support guys! I'm really happy to see other people using this! QAAC is still my preferred AAC encoder. I still believe (read: my opinion) Apple's AAC encoder to be superior to FDK, FAAC, or nero (especially nero, its ancient).Code:[codec] .m4a qaac.exe [msgifnoencoder] Before using this encoder a seperate component must first be installed from https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/ . [radio&slider] 4 24 292 1 10 0 Quality (tVBR) 5 Q4 (~40kbps) -V 4 Q13 (~45kbps) -V 13 Q22 (~75kbps) -V 22 Q31 (~80kbps) -V 31 Q40 (~95kbps) -V 40 Q49 (~105kbps) -V 49 Q58 (~115kbps) -V 58 Q63 (~128kbps) -V 63 Q68 (~135kbps) -V 68 Q77 (~150kbps) -V 77 Q86 (~165kbps) -V 86 Q95 (~195kbps) -V 95 Q104 (~225kbps) -V 104 Q113 (~255kbps) -V 113 Q122 (~285kbps) -V 122 Q127 (~320kbps) -V 127 Q0 (Highest Possible) -V 0 [/sliderend] 80 0 Bit Rate (ABR) 9 Average Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -a 16 Average Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -a 24 Average Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -a 32 Average Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -a 48 Average Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -a 56 Average Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -a 64 Average Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -a 80 Average Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -a 96 Average Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -a 128 Average Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -a 144 Average Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -a 160 Average Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -a 192 Average Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -a 224 Average Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -a 256 Average Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -a 320 Average Bit Rate: Highest Possible -a 0 [/sliderend] 154 0 Bit Rate (cVBR) 9 Constrained Bit Rate: Auto -v 0 Constrained Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -v 16 Constrained Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -v 24 Constrained Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -v 32 Constrained Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -v 48 Constrained Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -v 56 Constrained Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -v 64 Constrained Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -v 80 Constrained Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -v 96 Constrained Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -v 128 Constrained Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -v 144 Constrained Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -v 160 Constrained Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -v 192 Constrained Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -v 224 Constrained Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -v 256 Constrained Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -v 320 Constrained Bit Rate: Highest Possible -v 0 [/sliderend] 220 0 Constant (CBR) 5 Constant Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -c 16 Constant Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -c 24 Constant Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -c 32 Constant Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -c 48 Constant Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -c 56 Constant Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -c 64 Constant Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -c 80 Constant Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -c 96 Constant Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -c 128 Constant Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -c 144 Constant Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -c 160 Constant Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -c 192 Constant Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -c 224 Constant Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -c 256 Constant Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -c 320 Constant Bit Rate: Highest Possible -c 0 [/sliderend] [label] 10 44 low quality (smaller file) 808080 [label] 216 44 high quality (larger file) 808080 [combo] 60 66 90 1 Force LC AAC Force HE AAC (< 84 kbps) --he [combo] 160 66 90 1 Target Sample Rate TSR = auto --rate auto TSR = keep --rate keep TSR = 44.1kHz --rate 44100 TSR = 48.0kHz --rate 48000 [clistring] -o "[outfile]" --no-optimize -q2 - [minfreq] 8000 [maxfreq] 96000 [maxchannels] 6
I had Batch Converter working perfectly on a different computer. Now I'm struggling to get it to work on a new PC. I'm using Reference 15.1 and the latest QACC.exe along with the most recent version of the script (copied from thread directly above). I am getting the dreaded "Error writing audio data to StdIn Pipe [clEncoder::EncodeBlock]". I can use the LAME MP3 with the same Output File locations, so file permissions are likely not the issue. Any suggestions?
This works on the other PC:
Whether or not I use quotes around [outfile] doesn't seem to matterCode:[codec] .m4a qaac.exe [msgifnoencoder] Before using this encoder a seperate component must first be installed from https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/ . [radio&slider] 4 24 292 1 10 0 Quality (tVBR) 5 Q4 (~40kbps) -V 4 Q13 (~45kbps) -V 13 Q22 (~75kbps) -V 22 Q31 (~80kbps) -V 31 Q40 (~95kbps) -V 40 Q49 (~105kbps) -V 49 Q58 (~115kbps) -V 58 Q63 (~128kbps) -V 63 Q68 (~135kbps) -V 68 Q77 (~150kbps) -V 77 Q86 (~165kbps) -V 86 Q98 (~195kbps) -V 98 Q104 (~225kbps) -V 104 Q113 (~255kbps) -V 113 Q122 (~285kbps) -V 122 Q127 (~320kbps) -V 127 Q0 (Highest Possible) -V 0 [/sliderend] 80 0 Bit Rate (ABR) 9 Average Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -a 16 Average Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -a 24 Average Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -a 32 Average Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -a 48 Average Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -a 56 Average Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -a 64 Average Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -a 80 Average Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -a 96 Average Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -a 128 Average Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -a 144 Average Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -a 160 Average Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -a 192 Average Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -a 224 Average Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -a 256 Average Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -a 320 Average Bit Rate: Highest Possible -a 0 [/sliderend] 154 0 Bit Rate (cVBR) 9 Constrained Bit Rate: Auto -v 0 Constrained Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -v 16 Constrained Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -v 24 Constrained Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -v 32 Constrained Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -v 48 Constrained Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -v 56 Constrained Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -v 64 Constrained Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -v 80 Constrained Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -v 96 Constrained Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -v 128 Constrained Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -v 144 Constrained Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -v 160 Constrained Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -v 192 Constrained Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -v 224 Constrained Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -v 256 Constrained Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -v 320 Constrained Bit Rate: Highest Possible -v 0 [/sliderend] 218 0 Constant (CBR) Constant Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -c 16 Constant Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -c 24 Constant Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -c 32 Constant Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -c 48 Constant Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -c 56 Constant Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -c 64 Constant Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -c 80 Constant Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -c 96 Constant Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -c 128 Constant Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -c 144 Constant Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -c 160 Constant Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -c 192 Constant Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -c 224 Constant Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -c 256 Constant Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -c 320 Constant Bit Rate: Highest Possible -c 0 [/sliderend] [label] 10 44 low quality (smaller file) 808080 [label] 216 44 high quality (larger file) 808080 [combo] 60 66 80 1 Force LC AAC Force HE AAC (< 84 kbps) --he [clistring] -o [outfile] --no-optimize -q2 - [minfreq] 8000 [maxfreq] 96000 [maxchannels] 6
Make sure you have all the prerequisite libraries. For instance, install iTunes if you haven't already, and QuickTime if that doesn't fix it.
D'Oh. I had the PC plugged in but I didn't have iTunes installed. Thanks and the latest script works great!
Hi everybody.
Thank's a lot for this code, very useful to remplace m4a FDK AAC Encoder (that's seemed a good idea but it has hardware compatibility issues even in LC CBR).
However, it doesn't work with QAAC x64 version. No problem with x86 version (which is 33% faster than FDK AAC by me).
If someone has an idea to solve that. Thank you.
"Edit" : It seems that QAAC has the same hardware compatibility issue...so it must be a software compatibility issue of the hardware
Ok it's 4 years old but it doesn't seem a good reason to me. Finally the "old" good Nero AAC encoder is still very useful... Too bad it doesn't work with x64 dbPoweramp. I'll try with CLI encoder.
I'm still interested by the mean to use x64 QAAC with CLI Encoder.
I have no trouble using the 64-bit version.
I have installed iTunes 12.1.1.4 64-bit, and copied the content of qaac_2.47/x64 into the dBpoweramp/encoder/CLI Encoder.
My encoder.txt looks like this:
Code:[codec] .m4a qaac64.exe [msgifnoencoder] Before using this encoder a seperate component must first be installed from https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/ . [radio&slider] 4 24 292 1 10 0 Quality (tVBR) 9 Q0 (~40kbps) --tvbr 0 Q9 (~45kbps) --tvbr 9 Q18 (~75kbps) --tvbr 18 Q27 (~80kbps) --tvbr 27 Q36 (~95kbps) --tvbr 36 Q45 (~105kbps) --tvbr 45 Q54 (~115kbps) --tvbr 54 Q64 (~135kbps) --tvbr 64 Q73 (~150kbps) --tvbr 73 Q82 (~165kbps) --tvbr 82 Q91 (~195kbps) --tvbr 91 Q100 (~225kbps) --tvbr 100 Q109 (~255kbps) --tvbr 109 Q118 (~285kbps) --tvbr 118 Q127 (~320kbps) --tvbr 127 [/sliderend] 80 0 Bit Rate (ABR) 9 Average Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -a 16 Average Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -a 24 Average Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -a 32 Average Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -a 48 Average Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -a 56 Average Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -a 64 Average Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -a 80 Average Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -a 96 Average Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -a 128 Average Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -a 144 Average Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -a 160 Average Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -a 192 Average Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -a 224 Average Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -a 256 Average Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -a 320 Average Bit Rate: Highest Possible -a 0 [/sliderend] 154 0 Bit Rate (cVBR) 9 Constrained Bit Rate: Auto -v 0 Constrained Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -v 16 Constrained Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -v 24 Constrained Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -v 32 Constrained Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -v 48 Constrained Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -v 56 Constrained Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -v 64 Constrained Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -v 80 Constrained Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -v 96 Constrained Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -v 128 Constrained Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -v 144 Constrained Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -v 160 Constrained Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -v 192 Constrained Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -v 224 Constrained Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -v 256 Constrained Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -v 320 Constrained Bit Rate: Highest Possible -v 0 [/sliderend] 218 0 Constant (CBR) Constant Bit Rate: 16 Kbps -c 16 Constant Bit Rate: 24 Kbps -c 24 Constant Bit Rate: 32 Kbps -c 32 Constant Bit Rate: 48 Kbps -c 48 Constant Bit Rate: 56 Kbps -c 56 Constant Bit Rate: 64 Kbps -c 64 Constant Bit Rate: 80 Kbps -c 80 Constant Bit Rate: 96 Kbps -c 96 Constant Bit Rate: 128 Kbps -c 128 Constant Bit Rate: 144 Kbps -c 144 Constant Bit Rate: 160 Kbps -c 160 Constant Bit Rate: 192 Kbps -c 192 Constant Bit Rate: 224 Kbps -c 224 Constant Bit Rate: 256 Kbps -c 256 Constant Bit Rate: 320 Kbps -c 320 Constant Bit Rate: Highest Possible -c 0 [/sliderend] [label] 10 44 low quality (smaller file) 808080 [label] 216 44 high quality (larger file) 808080 [combo] 60 66 80 1 Force LC AAC Force HE AAC (< 84 kbps) --he [clistring] -o [outfile] --no-optimize -q2 - [minfreq] 8000 [maxfreq] 96000 [maxchannels] 6
Thank you for your encoder.txt wich is a little different that Doug in Calgary's (tVBR commands are not the same and yours don't have Target Sample Rate option; why this differences ?). However, it doesn't work either ("Error wrinting audio data to StdIn Pipe [clEncoder::EncoderBlock]).
I'm using qaac 2.47 too but only the last AppleApplicationSupport.msi included in latest Quicktime archive (and in Itunes archive) as explained at https://sites.google.com/site/qaacpage/. I don't really want Quicktime or Itunes (especially Itunes) on my PC, and it works for 32 bit version, so it should with 64...
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