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Nero AAC & EAC Why Isn't This Working?
CheechOZ
post Jun 11 2007, 13:29
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I've just decided to rip my small CD collection (200 CD's) into AAC files, and I want to use EAC, as that is the only ripper that I ever used (and want to use). I followed the guide in the Nero AAC Recommended Settings post, I think to a "T", but after the ripping process, nothing happens, and the encoding process just fails!! Some notes as to how I set it up might shed some light as to why it doesn't work: I use the file extension as m4a, then I copy and paste the command line that is in the post, of course, changing the path used for the encoder, and my preference for quality value. I use EAC 0.9 b4, as that is the version I use for Uber standard ripping. Can someone please help me to get this to work correctly? Thanks in advance!
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Alex B
post Jun 13 2007, 09:35
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The OP (CheechOZ) asked the following by PM. I decided to answer here so that others can benefit from the answer too... smile.gif
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Hi Alex, I'm very interested in ripping my cd collection into the wave cue sheet format, then later having the option to do whatever I want with the files! If you can, I would appreciate if you could point me to any helpful links that will show me the way to do this. Hard drive space is not an issue for me, as I have over 1.3 TB of space blink.gif

Thanks in advance.

I posted my previous reply because it seems that people are trying to do something that is trivial to me in an overly complex way.

Ripping in wav + cue format is very simple in EAC. After you have configured EAC's drive options properly (this part does not differ from ripping to separate track files) you can start ripping from Action > Copy Image and Create CUE Sheet... or by using the Alt+F7 shortcut.

Wave files can't be tagged, but the cue sheet will automatically hold the standard album and track info that you had in EAC before ripping.

Later on you can simply drag the cue sheet (or several cue sheets) to foobar2000 and it will show you the individual album tracks. You can easily convert all or a selection of these tracks to AAC MP4 by using foobar's Convert tool. Foobar will ask the encoder path when it needs it for the first time. (You need to download the free Nero commandline encoder separately.)


Personally, I use EAC's internal Monkey's Audio compression option when I create disc image files. Then the cue files will automatically contain links to the losslessly compressed .ape files instead of the .wav files.
(After the Monkey Audio v.3.99 package is installed this option is available: Compression Options > Waveformat > Monkey's Audio Lossless Encoder v3.99 dll)

However, naturally the AAC conversion is slower if the source file needs to be decoded first. If I were to convert 200 CDs I would use uncompressed wave and compress the disc image files later.

This post has been edited by Alex B: Jun 13 2007, 09:45


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- CheechOZ   Nero AAC & EAC Why Isn't This Working?   Jun 11 2007, 13:29
- - HeXeR   If your path to the nero encoder has spaces, you h...   Jun 11 2007, 14:14
- - CheechOZ   I checked to make sure the path was copied perfect...   Jun 11 2007, 15:04
|- - HeXeR   QUOTE (CheechOZ @ Jun 11 2007, 16:04) Thi...   Jun 11 2007, 15:22
|- - CheechOZ   QUOTE (HeXeR @ Jun 11 2007, 10:22) QUOTE ...   Jun 11 2007, 15:51
- - Shocking   I also spent a few hours trying to get Nero AAC wo...   Jun 11 2007, 16:03
|- - telekomsrbija   QUOTE (Shocking @ Jun 11 2007, 16:03) I a...   Jun 10 2010, 23:38
- - CheechOZ   Thanks for helping me out, but I just can't ge...   Jun 11 2007, 16:23
- - HeXeR   Shocking's way of putting the tagger is right....   Jun 11 2007, 16:34
|- - Shocking   QUOTE (HeXeR @ Jun 11 2007, 16:34) Shocki...   Jun 11 2007, 21:39
- - CheechOZ   Thanks again HeXer, but I copied it exactly as you...   Jun 11 2007, 16:58
- - muaddib   Maybe you should use: "C:\Program Files...   Jun 11 2007, 17:04
- - CheechOZ   Can someone else please try and give me the correc...   Jun 11 2007, 17:24
- - Alex B   Personally I would just rip in the single wave fil...   Jun 11 2007, 17:42
- - HeXeR   QUOTE (CheechOZ @ Jun 11 2007, 17:58) And...   Jun 11 2007, 18:17
- - greynol   From http://www.ss64.com/nt/cmd.html CODEThe foll...   Jun 11 2007, 18:36
- - Synthetic Soul   I must admit the above flumoxes me! Easiest...   Jun 11 2007, 19:21
|- - CheechOZ   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Jun 11 2007, 14:2...   Jun 11 2007, 21:24
- - greynol   I just add a pair of sacrificial quotes around the...   Jun 11 2007, 19:24
- - Alex B   The OP (CheechOZ) asked the following by PM. I dec...   Jun 13 2007, 09:35
- - scrolling   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Jun 11 2007, 12:2...   Oct 22 2007, 03:53
- - hlloyge   To add a question to a question: is it possible to...   Jul 19 2010, 22:00
- - greynol   http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st...   Jul 19 2010, 22:09
- - hlloyge   OK, I will play a bit with that, thank you, greyno...   Jul 20 2010, 13:00
- - marco.stanzani   I am getting crazy to use the Nero AAC encoder wit...   Jan 31 2012, 17:09
|- - marco.stanzani   ok i got the solution %s must be replaced by %sour...   Jan 31 2012, 17:30
- - db1989   And the rest. http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index...   Jan 31 2012, 22:35
- - tev777   I really do not understand why you guys do this to...   Jan 31 2012, 23:43
- - db1989   But that is not the problem. The placeholders were...   Feb 1 2012, 20:42
- - soundping   This worked for me. CODE/c C:\"Progr...   Feb 3 2012, 04:10
- - tev777   @db1989 I understand that was not the problem in ...   Feb 3 2012, 15:59


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