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Flac in ogg container. chaining?
nrg
post Nov 5 2003, 16:29
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Flac has the option to use the --ogg switch which will put the flac inside a ogg container.
I know ogg vorbis files can be chained so you will end up with one ogg file which will contain all track information supported by fb2k. Now i tried to do the same thing with 2 flac files in ogg but it doesn't work in fb2k. Is what i am trying impossible? or is it the problem of fb2k?

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post Nov 5 2003, 17:33
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It's possible and it works in foobar2000. Just make sure to use different serial numbers for the OggFLAC files.
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post Nov 5 2003, 18:04
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Thx for your reply Case. And it worked except for one thing.
I can't seem to add metadata to the tracks like i do with ogg vorbis.
Am i doing something wrong again?

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post Nov 5 2003, 20:19
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QUOTE (nrg @ Nov 5 2003, 08:04 PM)
I can't seem to add metadata to the tracks like i do with ogg vorbis.
Am i doing something wrong again?

You're not doing anything wrong - it's just not yet supported by libflac.
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post Nov 5 2003, 23:53
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I added OggFLAC tagging to foo_flac. Would be nice if you could test it.
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post Nov 6 2003, 00:28
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Yes it works. When i edit it seems like its rechained because i see a lot of harddisk activity. Now that its possible to change the metadata is it also possible to add seekpoints to the file?
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post Nov 6 2003, 00:58
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Hmm I just tried to play a normal flac file and that doesnt seem to work anymore with this new plugin.

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post Nov 6 2003, 19:24
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QUOTE (nrg @ Nov 6 2003, 02:28 AM)
Now that its possible to change the metadata is it also possible to add seekpoints to the file?

I don't get the idea of seekpoints in FLAC, the seeking is fast enough without them. But your request is not probably even possible at the moment, since flac.exe doesn't support them I suspect there isn't defined storage place for them yet. Lack of seeking in Oggs is not caused by missing seekpoints but lack of support for it in the libraries.

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Hmm I just tried to play a normal flac file and that doesnt seem to work anymore with this new plugin.

This doesn't make sense. I only changed the function that deals with tag writing into OggFLAC files. FLACs work fine here.
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post Nov 12 2003, 12:05
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This doesn't make sense. I only changed the function that deals with tag writing into OggFLAC files. FLACs work fine here.


Could it be that your new flac dll is also in the new foobar2000?
I can't seem to play flac files anymore with embedded cue files.
To be sure i just created a new flac with embedded cue and it didnt play on fb2k 0.7.3a.
I've reverted back to fb2k 0.7.1 and it works again.

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