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Thread: Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

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    Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

    Hi,
    When ripping using the 'multi encoder', MP3, and FLAC codecs, is there a way to make a folder for the FLAC files and then a separate folder for MP3? - At the moment they're both going into one folder.

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    Re: Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

    You have to configure the path within the encoder itself. So you can configure different paths for the encoders.


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

    Hi. Yeah, I tried to do that but it would only allow one folder for the album - regardless of what codec.

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    Re: Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

    If you add two or more encoders to multi encoder, then you can configure one path for each encoder.


    Dat Ei

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    Re: Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    If you add two or more encoders to multi encoder, then you can configure one path for each encoder.


    Dat Ei
    I tried, but it keeps putting them in the same folder!??
    I wonder if this has anything to do with using the free trial??

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    Re: Using the Multi Encoder and How to Make 2 folders - 1 For Each Codec?

    On each encoder page within Multi-Encoder, is the 'Output To' section, here is where it is set to write to based on Naming, each encoder can have its own output location.

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