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Thread: Possible Bug in writing log in multi-encoder

  1. #1

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    Possible Bug in writing log in multi-encoder

    I possibly found a bug with the multi-encoder in combination with writing log files using the tag [rippedtopath].

    Situation:
    Ripping CD using Multi-Encoder to FLAC and MP3.
    Writing to log file is on using the [rippedtopath]\log.txt as syntax.

    Problem:
    When using [rippedtopath] the logs of previous rips are included, so the log file gets bigger and bigger every rip.

    Temporary solution:
    Replace [rippedtopath] with the fixed path location and it will only write a log.txt file.

    I already tried to fix it using the reset tool provided here on the forum.

    For background information, please see other thread I created a little while ago: https://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthr...n-Log&p=180736

  2. #2
    Da Man
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    Re: Possible Bug in writing log in multi-encoder

    This is a limitation of multi-encoder, I am not 100% it can be worked around.

  3. #3

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    Re: Possible Bug in writing log in multi-encoder

    I'm sure you can fix it, you Da Man!

  4. #4
    dBpoweramp Guru
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    Re: Possible Bug in writing log in multi-encoder

    Forget Multi-Encoder as it creates to many issues. Rip to flac only and use TuneFUSION to automatically create your mp3 library.

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