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Audio Rip => FLAC => Vorbis conversion
Emanuel
post May 10 2002, 14:46
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Having a notebook with not so much HD space and trying to backup as many of my cd:s as possible in one go, I wonder if there is any possibility to save the EAC ripped tracks as FLAC files?

John33: Your excellent tool OggdropXPd would in my opinion gain a lot in usability if FLAC -> Ogg Vorbis conversion possibility is included. Especially if EAC is able to save tracks to FLAC.

- Or could I be the only one not having enough of diskspace when backing up a lot of cd:s? biggrin.gif

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Jan S.
post May 10 2002, 15:09
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If you use speeks frontend you can give it any file you want.
Remember to have the flac decoder in the program dir then.



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Emanuel
post May 10 2002, 18:52
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Are you talking about Speeks Oggifier? I can not find an option for decoding FLAC to wav and encode it to ogg vorbis.

I was more looking for a transcoding tool, like Oggdrop (or similar) being able to direct transcode FLAC to Ogg. And if that tool is libvorbis aware, that's excellent!
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post May 10 2002, 20:41
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yeah would be a really nice feature!
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john33
post May 10 2002, 21:43
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OK, guys, I hear what you say. I had been thinking about that myself. Only trouble is, the next guy will want APE support, etc, etc.biggrin.gif

Seriously, though, I will take a good look at it.

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Jan S.
post May 10 2002, 21:54
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Sorry, I was thinking about MPC.
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jcoalson
post May 10 2002, 23:27
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QUOTE
Originally posted by Emanuel

I was more looking for a transcoding tool, like Oggdrop (or similar) being able to direct transcode FLAC to Ogg. And if that tool is libvorbis aware, that's excellent!


This may be what you're looking for:

http://www.cyclooctane.com/sonice/

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rjamorim
post May 10 2002, 23:36
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You can use Winamp, with FLAC input plugin and PP's Vorbis output plugin.

But, as usual: Turn off Equalizer and any DSP plugins before transcoding.

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Emanuel
post May 11 2002, 01:22
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QUOTE
Originally posted by jcoalson


This may be what you're looking for:

http://www.cyclooctane.com/sonice/


Yeah, it might be! I'll have a thorough look at it. Thanks.
John33: You're the guy! biggrin.gif
Roberto: I am for sure not correct about this, but it "feels" better to have a dedicated coding program to do the job than a player. I am not sure how accurate the input/output plugins for FLAC and Vorbis are. But it's a solution.
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