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    Multi Encoder Question

    This used to work... ripping to 320kbps and FLAC into two separate folders. The data seems to be there because of the file size but as you can see something isn't right. Any ideas?

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    You have extenstions showing? because you would expect:

    3.mp3

    not

    3 mp3 as in your image

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    It does fine if I choose a different profile. Any idea what's causing this? It does not tag or put the "." between the extension.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    Try without any DSP effects.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    When I click on the DSP there is nothing there. So I assume I have none activated.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    Run dBpoweramp Control Centre >> Advanced Settings and enable the debug log.

    Rip one track and post the logs which show here please.

    Which version of dBpoweramp do you have?

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    Here's the log... I assume it was called the Music converter debug.

    Splitting Command Line:"C:\Program Files\dBpoweramp\CoreConverter.exe" -dbcmd="C:\Users\XXX\AppData\Local\Temp\dBTC4A8.tmp "
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::ReaddBCommandFile]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::ReaddBCommandFile]
    Allying to Processor 2
    ->-> [cldBCodecHandler::LoadEncoder]
    Loading Encoder 'C:\Program Files\dBpoweramp\encoder\mp3 (Lame).DLL'
    <-<- [cldBCodecHandler::LoadEncoder]
    BatchID [clEncoder::Set]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::StripCoreConverterCmds]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::StripCoreConverterCmds]
    SendRawUnCompressed [clEncoder::Get]
    Communicate [clEncoder::Get]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::OpenDecoder]
    Reading StdIn Tmp File IDTags: Read
    Using StdInput WFX:Format Tag: 1 Channels: 2 Bits per Sample: 16 Samples Per Second: 44100 Bytes Per Second: 176400 Block Align: 4 CB Size: 0
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::OpenDecoder]
    SendOverReplayGainTags [clEncoder::Get]
    ->-> [clEncoder::BeginConversion]
    Converting to 'H:\dbpoweramp CD Ripper\DBPoweramp FLAC and 320kbps\320kbps\mp3._1' encoder settings ' -b="320"'
    Lame encoder settings: -b 320 --noreplaygain -r --little-endian --bitwidth 16 - "H:\DBPOWE~2\DBPoweramp FLAC and 320kbps\320kbps\mp3._1"
    <-<- [clEncoder::BeginConversion]
    Communicate [clEncoder::Get]
    Encoding To: mp3 (Lame)
    Encoder Cmd Line: -b="320"
    ============= CONVERSION BEGIN =============
    ============= CONVERSION END =============
    Communicate [clEncoder::Get]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    ->-> [clEncoder::EndConversion]
    <-<- [clEncoder::EndConversion]
    File Size Check : 14303607 bytes Filename: H:\dbpoweramp CD Ripper\DBPoweramp FLAC and 320kbps\320kbps\mp3._1
    File Size Check (before ID Tags Written): 14303607 bytes Filename: H:\dbpoweramp CD Ripper\DBPoweramp FLAC and 320kbps\320kbps\mp3._1
    ->-> [dBCoreConverter::IDTagWriter]
    Decodes [clDecoder_AIFF::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_AIFF::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_AIFF::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_AIFF::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder_M4A::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_M4A::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_M4A::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_M4A::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_M4A::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder_M4A::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder_M4A::Close]
    ->-> [aacstream::clDecoder_M4A::Close]
    <-<- [aacstream::clDecoder_M4A::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Musepack::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Musepack::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Musepack::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Musepack::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Ogg::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Ogg::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Ogg::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder_Ogg::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder_Ogg::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Opus::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Opus::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Wave::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Wave::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_Wave::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_WavPack::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder_WavPack::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder_WavPack::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder_WavPack::Close]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    Decodes [clDecoder::Get]
    ->-> [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<- [dBCoreConverter::IDTagWriter]
    Communicate [clEncoder::Get]
    Conversion completed in 51.6 seconds x6.9 realtime encoding
    File Size Check (core converter exit): 14303607 bytes Filename: H:\dbpoweramp CD Ripper\DBPoweramp FLAC and 320kbps\320kbps\mp3._1

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    I even remapped the encoders to the same location but I can see the extension remains as mp3._1 so maybe you can help resolve that.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    I even rolled back from the BETA to 16.6 but no change occurred.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    What is your naming string on the mp3 encoder page on Multi Encoder?

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    [IFVALUE]album artist,[album artist],[IFCOMP]Various Artists[][IF!COMP][artist][][]\[album]\[track] [artist] - [title]

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    This naming string is on the mutli-encoder >> mp3 settings page? not the main CD ripper page (that naming is not used for multi-encoder).

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    I cannot see all of it and there's no way to copy it to the clipboard for easy pasting. Most of it however looks to be the same as above.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    You would click the naming box and choose 'Edit Dynamic Naming', there you can see the full string at the top, with an example generated below it.

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    Re: Multi Encoder Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    You would click the naming box and choose 'Edit Dynamic Naming', there you can see the full string at the top, with an example generated below it.
    Yes. Here is what was there [IFVALUE]album artist,[album artist],[IFCOMP]Various Artists[][IF!COMP][artist][][]\[album]\[track] [artist] - [title]

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