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Foobar problems when converting, Converting FLAC to AAC with Nero encoder failing
Chaos_Therum
post Oct 24 2013, 03:09
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So I have been trying to convert this file over to an aac file fo quite some time probably a day or two and I just can't seem to get it to work. It is acting the same way on the rest of the album also the files play just fine but they just won't convert here is my error log.

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1 out of 1 tracks converted with major problems.

Source: "C:\Users\David\Music\Converted\01. Lux Triumphans.flac"
  An error occurred while writing to file (The encoder has terminated prematurely with code 1 (0x00000001); please re-check parameters) : "C:\Users\David\Music\Converted\01. Lux Triumphans.m4a"
  Additional information:
  Encoder stream format: 192000Hz / 2ch / 24bps
  Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\foobar2000\neroAacEnc.exe" -q 1.00 -ignorelength -if - -of "01. Lux Triumphans.m4a"
  Working folder: C:\Users\David\Music\Converted\
  
  Conversion failed: The encoder has terminated prematurely with code 1 (0x00000001); please re-check parameters


Any help would be great if you need anymore information than just ask and also sorry if this is in the wrong section.
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Sparktank
post Oct 24 2013, 04:17
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QUOTE (Chaos_Therum @ Oct 23 2013, 19:09) *
Encoder stream format: 192000Hz / 2ch / 24bps


It might not like that it is 192KHz sample rate. (I haven't used Nero for a long time so I can't be sure.)
You may want to use something like eac3to do a sample rate conversion to 48KHz and pipe to NeroAacEnc.

Or even try QAAC instead, it's updated more frequently than NeroAacEnc with live support from the authors.

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post Oct 24 2013, 05:04
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Or you can use any number of resampler components in foobar2000 to resample it as well. Just add one to the converter's DSP chain.

And yes, I do recommend using QAAC over Nero. Even the latest version of Nero is known to have gapless encoding issues. It does tag files with encoder delay and padding, but files it produces are not always gapless. For instance, it cannot encode these samples gaplessly. Apple's encoder can, and it just so happens that you can use it through QAAC.
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Chaos_Therum
post Oct 24 2013, 10:58
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How would I go about using qaac I did some research and all I found was people using it for lossless conversion I'm looking to convert to a level 1.00 vbr aac file. Do you have a link to a tutorial on setting up the encoder if you do that would be great thanks.
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Chaos_Therum
post Oct 24 2013, 11:26
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nvm I found something called jaqaac for encoding very simple and the files sound great thanks for the help guys.
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post Oct 24 2013, 18:22
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I'm curious about jaqaac because the term didn't appear in google.
As for how to use qaac; you don't seem to be the type to run the program (it displays help if you have no parameters), or visit qaac's website, or search the hydrogenaudio forums...
But I'm glad your "research" uncovered a way to produce the files you want.
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post Oct 24 2013, 21:18
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QUOTE (testyou @ Oct 24 2013, 18:22) *
I'm curious about jaqaac because the term didn't appear in google.
As for how to use qaac; you don't seem to be the type to run the program (it displays help if you have no parameters), or visit qaac's website, or search the hydrogenaudio forums...
But I'm glad your "research" uncovered a way to produce the files you want.


Jaqaac is a gui frontend for the encoder here are some links for it if your interested.
https://github.com/RoxasShadow/JaqaacGUI
and
http://recensubshq.forumfree.it/?t=63080331

It seems to work pretty well.
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post Oct 24 2013, 22:05
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JaqaacGUI is promising, I don't understand why it doesn't support ALAC as input...

You can make it completely portable, just extract QTFiles where qaac.exe is.

I am going to stick with foobar2000 until I find something that can replace it for EVERYTHING (CD ripping, Tagging, Converting, Album Art integration etc.etc.). The best alternative IMO at the moment is TAudioConverter.

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Chaos_Therum
post Oct 25 2013, 00:31
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QUOTE (eahm @ Oct 24 2013, 22:05) *
JaqaacGUI is promising, I don't understand why it doesn't support ALAC as input...

You can make it completely portable, just extract QTFiles where qaac.exe is.

I am going to stick with foobar2000 until I find something that can replace it for EVERYTHING (CD ripping, Tagging, Converting, Album Art integration etc.etc.). The best alternative IMO at the moment is TAudioConverter.


You can't browse for ALAC but from my tests if you point it at a file that qaac can handle such as C:\music\song.alac it will go ahead and convert it even though it won't show it in the browse menu I have been doing that with cue files.
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