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Thread: coreconvert : pb w/ spaces in filenames ?

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    Unhappy coreconvert : pb w/ spaces in filenames ?

    Hi I have 2k files ALAC M4A files I want to convert to OGG.
    Of course I'd rather script it than do it manually with UI converter.
    But it seems to fail because I have "spaces" in the filenames ???

    Example :
    PS D:\Music\BOF\toto\Dune> & 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Illustrate\dBpoweramp\CoreConverter.exe' -infile="01 prologue.
    m4a" -outfile="01 prologue.ogg" -convert_to="ogg"

    dBpoweramp Music Converter (C) 2009 Illustrate Ltd

    Encoding: ogg
    Audio Source: 01
    Audio Destination: 01

    0%-----------25%-----------50%-----------75%-----------100%
    Error: Unable to load decoder for file type '.', codec not installed? visit 'Codec Central'. [dBCoreConverter::dBCoreC
    onverter]
    Conversion Failed.


    It looks like the parameters analysis stopped on the "spaces" ? It would be a little strange for such a great program to stumble uppon this ?

    Any clue ?

    Thx in advance.

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    Re: coreconvert : pb w/ spaces in filenames ?

    Try:

    "C:\Program Files (x86)\Illustrate\dBpoweramp\CoreConverter.exe" -infile="c:\somefolder\01 prologue.m4a" -outfile="c:\somefolder\01 prologue.ogg" -convert_to="ogg"

    The quotes around the filename were not the correct type, you need to add the folder also to the filenames

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