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Thread: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

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    R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Hello,

    since the beginning I use a Dynamic Naming and it works like a charm until R16.
    R17 put all files in the base directory when using multi-encoder. There are no subfolder. Just a bunch of files...
    Also the file names are incorrect:
    " - 01 - Title.mp3" or " - 01 - Artist - Title.mp3"
    All start with an additional "space dash space".

    It still works correct using a single encoder.


    [IFCOMP][IFVALUE]album artist,[album artist],_Sampler[]\[album]\[track] - [artist][][IF!COMP][IFVALUE]album artist,[album artist],[artist][]\[album]\[track][] - [title]
    The examples in the dynamic naming dialog:
    Album Artist\Album Title\05 - Title
    Album Artist\Album Title\05 - Artist - Title


    I cannot test this with the CD ripper ATM as I had to diconnect my drive due to massive problems with it in my new PC...


    BTW: my main reason to upgrade to R17 was the support of more threads. 1700x speed (2x MP3 + 3x Ogg) feels good :-) Many thanks for that.


    kind regards
    Northman

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Each encoder within Multi-encoder has its own naming string, on the settings page the for encoder (added to multi-encoder), set to:

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

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Hello Spoon,

    this is the string that is in any of the selected encoders for years.
    Before I started the (32 thread) encoding test of all my FLACs I changed the drive letter in each of the five selected encoders to point to a SSD and not the default mapped network drive. So yes, it was already present.
    2020-04-30 13_51_10-Window.png


    kind regards
    Northman

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    What is ID Tag processing doing? that is run now to generate the filename. Try removing that.

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Deletions - Single Tag - [Album Artwork]

    I removed ID Tag processing from all encoders. Same result:
    2020-04-30 15_07_32-dBpoweramp_ Confirm File Replace.png

    The complete saved DSP effects (before):
    Code:
    -dspeffect1="Audio CD - Hidden Track Silence Removal= -digsilence -dbsilence={qt}-45{qt} -window={qt}4000{qt}" -dspeffect2="Audio CD - Silence Track Deletion= -digsilence -dbsilence={qt}-45{qt}" -dspeffect3="ReplayGain=" -dspeffect4="Folder.jpg Preserve= -ext={qt}{qt}" -dspeffect5="ID Tag Processing=-delsingle0={qt}[Album Artwork]{qt} -case={qt}0{qt} -exportart={qt}(none){qt} -importart={qt}(none){qt} -maxart={qt}(any){qt}" -dspeffect6="Preserve Source Attributes="

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Your flac files, do they have ID Tags? right click on one of the files >> Edit ID Tags

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Yes, all are tagged. 99% were ripped and tagged with dBpoweramp.

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    If you enable 'Music Converter Debug' which you will find in Control Center >> Advanced (end of settings list)

    Then convert just 1 file with the naming above with multi-encoder and post the resulting debug logs here please.

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Code:
    Splitting Command Line:"C:\Media\dBpoweramp\CoreConverter.exe" -dbcmd="C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\dBT2A36.tmp"
    ->->  [dBCoreConverter::ReaddBCommandFile]
    <-<-  [dBCoreConverter::ReaddBCommandFile]
    Decodes  [clDecoder::Get]
    BatchID  [clDecoder::Set]
    ->->  [cldBCodecHandler::LoadEncoder]
      Loading Encoder 'C:\Media\dBpoweramp\encoder\mp3 (Lame).DLL'
    <-<-  [cldBCodecHandler::LoadEncoder]
    BatchID  [clEncoder::Set]
    ->->  [dBCoreConverter::StripCoreConverterCmds]
    <-<-  [dBCoreConverter::StripCoreConverterCmds]
    SendRawUnCompressed  [clEncoder::Get]
    IsLive  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::Get]
    BatchID  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::Set]
    IsLive  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::Get]
    BatchID  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::Set]
    IsLive  [clDSP::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags  [clDSP::Get]
    BatchID  [clDSP::Set]
    IsLive  [clDSP::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags  [clDSP::Get]
    BatchID  [clDSP::Set]
    IsLive  [clDSP::Get]
    SendOverReplayGainTags  [clDSP::Get]
    BatchID  [clDSP::Set]
    Communicate  [clDecoder::Get]
    Communicate  [clEncoder::Get]
    NeedHQAudio  [clEncoder::Get]
    Decode As  [clDecoder::Set]
    ->->  [clDecoder::Open]
      Opening file 'G:\FLAC\_Sampler\Greatest Hits of the 70's, Disc 1\01 - Madness - One Step beyond.flac' for read access: Opened
      Init FLAC: 
      Reading Meta Data: 
       contained 13 tags:
    			AccurateRipResult: AccurateRip: Inaccurate (confidence 1)   Secure: Yes   [8189435D]
    			AccurateRipDiscID: 018-00273dbc-02107725-f00e2312-1
    			UPC: 724389956221
    			Title: One Step beyond
    			Artist: Madness
    			Album: Greatest Hits of the 70's, Disc 1
    			Genre: Classic Rock
    			Year: 2000 10 30
    			Compilation: 1
    			replaygain_track_gain: -11.8 dB
    			replaygain_track_peak: 0.977722
    			Track: 01/18
    			Disc: 1/8
      ->->  [clDecoder::ReadIDTags]
      <-<-  [clDecoder::ReadIDTags]
      ->->  [clDecoder::FillAudioProps]
    	Encoder: FLAC reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
    	Sample Count: 6,248.676
    	ID Tag: Vorbis Comments
    	Contains: CRC, ReplayGain, ID Tag [Vorbis Comments]
      <-<-  [clDecoder::FillAudioProps]
      ->->  [clDecoder::FillAudioInfo]
        Uncompressed WFX (sent to db): Format Tag: 1  Channels: 2  Bits per Sample: 16  Samples Per Second: 44100  Bytes Per Second: 176400  Block Align: 4  CB Size: 0
        Audio Length: 141693 mili-seconds  18623559 bytes  1411 kbps
      <-<-  [clDecoder::FillAudioInfo]
      Creating Decode Buffers: Created
    <-<-  [clDecoder::Open]
    SendOverReplayGainTags  [clEncoder::Get]
    ->->  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
      
    Calculate Trackgain: Yes
    Calculate Albumgain: No
    R128 Calculation: Yes  [-18 LUFS]  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::BeginConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::BeginConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::BeginConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::BeginConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::BeginConversion]
    ->->  [clEncoder::BeginConversion]
      Converting to 'D:\MP3.Auto\ - 01 - Madness - One Step beyond.mp3' encoder settings ' -V="4.5"'
      Lame encoder settings: -V 4.5 --noreplaygain -r --little-endian --bitwidth 16 - "D:\MP3.Auto\ - 01 - Madness - One Step beyond.mp3"
    <-<-  [clEncoder::BeginConversion]
    Communicate  [clDecoder::Get]
    Communicate  [clEncoder::Get]
    Encoding To: mp3 (Lame)
    Encoder Cmd Line:  -V="4.5"
    DSP Effects:
        Audio CD - Hidden Track Silence Removal:  -digsilence -dbsilence="-45" -window="4000"
        Audio CD - Silence Track Deletion:  -digsilence -dbsilence="-45"
        ReplayGain: 
        Folder.jpg Preserve:  -ext=""
        Preserve Source Attributes: 
    
    ============= CONVERSION BEGIN =============
    ============= CONVERSION END =============
    Communicate  [clDecoder::Get]
    Communicate  [clEncoder::Get]
    ->->  [dBCoreConverter::CloseDecoder]
    ->->  [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<-  [clDecoder::Close]
    ->->  [clDSP::EndConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::EndConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP::EndConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::EndConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP::EndConversion]
      Loudness=-5.73LUFS, TruePeak=-0.20LUFS  [clDSP::EndConversion]
      Track ReplayGain: -12.27 dB  Peak: 0.977722
    <-<-  [clDSP::EndConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::EndConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::EndConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::EndConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::EndConversion]
    ->->  [clEncoder::EndConversion]
    <-<-  [clEncoder::EndConversion]
      File Size Check : 2710228 bytes   Filename: D:\MP3.Auto\ - 01 - Madness - One Step beyond.mp3
      File Size Check (before ID Tags Written): 2710228 bytes   Filename: D:\MP3.Auto\ - 01 - Madness - One Step beyond.mp3
      ->->  [dBCoreConverter::IDTagWriter]
    Decodes  [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Get]
    IDTags  [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::Set]
    ->->  [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::WriteIDTags]
      Opening file 'D:\MP3.Auto\ - 01 - Madness - One Step beyond.mp3' for write access: Opened
    <-<-  [clDecoder_MP3_MPG123::WriteIDTags]
      <-<-  [dBCoreConverter::IDTagWriter]
    Communicate  [clDecoder::Get]
    Communicate  [clEncoder::Get]
    ->->  [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP::AfterConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::AfterConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP_FolderJpgPreserve::AfterConversion]
    ->->  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::AfterConversion]
    <-<-  [clDSP_PreserveSourceAttributes::AfterConversion]
      Conversion completed in 1,3 seconds x109 realtime encoding
      File Size Check (core converter exit): 2711971 bytes   Filename: D:\MP3.Auto\ - 01 - Madness - One Step beyond.mp3
    ->->  [clDecoder::Close]
    <-<-  [clDecoder::Close]

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Bug reproduced and fixed in R17.1, it goes to beta shortly.

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    Re: R17 Multi Encoder put all files to base directory instead of dynamic naming

    Many thanks.

    Have a nice weekend.

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