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post Dec 9 2005, 15:51
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what I'm trying to do is using a wav image + cuesheet as input for lame to automaticly create files using the "--nogap" option.

I found info about lame with cuesheet input here. The patch is outdated and it's successor is "acdir" which interprets and pipes the cuesheet to lame or other encoders.

Now, I want to to exactly the same thing the patch did with acdir: Take an image and encode it to a series of files using the --nogap option, but acdir seems to refuse the setting of --nogap or better: it parses it to lame but no mp3s are created.

I know that --nogap is quite a cripple workaround, but I'd still like to be able to create mp3s that play gapless on hardware players, that don't read the lame info tag, in one step - you know most don't...

Anyone has got the same problem as I have an solved it? wink.gif

Regards; ilikedirt
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post Dec 10 2005, 20:16
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QUOTE (Drenholm @ Dec 10 2005, 04:18 PM)
I can't find any mention of the --nogap switch on the official site's documentation and this leads me to believe that it may be outdated or useless.
I couldn't see any mention of it in the HTML docs either, but as ilikedirtthe2nd says, it is listed under --longhelp.

Also, I tend to test any command line that I suggest to members, as I don't like to be dishing out false information. I have tested --pregap and, although I haven't tested the gapless nature, I can confirm that LAME does not complain.

QUOTE (ilikedirtthe2nd @ Dec 10 2005, 01:57 PM)
No sorry, still dosn't work. sad.gif

I tried

glob -c lame --nogap *.wav

output is:

I don't understand - that command was tested and works fine for me.

I really don't understand the output that you get.

You don't have a batch file called "lame.bat/.cmd" in the same folder or anything?

FYI I am using GLOB that comes with REACT. If I run GLOB on its own I see:

Glob - A file globbing utility
   Algorithm and original implementation by Matthias Wandel (MWandel@rim.net)
   Extensions and C++ interface by Joshua Jensen (jjensen@workspacewhiz.com)
   Minor additions by Tycho

Usage: Glob -i pattern patterns
  -e pattern = Exclusive pattern.  All ignore patterns are not used.  Only
               files matching the exclusive pattern are counted.
  -i pattern = Ignore patterns of the name [pattern].  Close with a
               forward slash to ignore a directory.
  -c         = Execute as a command. First file is taken as the executable.
  -v         = Verbose the command that is executed when using -c.

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