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Command-Line Decoder Wrapper, New official component
Peter
post Oct 11 2012, 10:01
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Summary
This component allows you to comfortably play or convert any audio format with a standalone command-line decoder available, including various exotic formats that do not have native foobar2000 decoder components.
Check the documentation link below for more details.

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Rollin
post Oct 12 2012, 17:50
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Thanks for this component! smile.gif
Is it possible to add option to write mp4 tags?

QUOTE (Anakunda @ Oct 12 2012, 16:31) *
The command line for non-piped decoding is eac3to %s %d this i'm afraid however generates a HUGE temp file in the source folder (expectingly 10-20gb in size) which also takes quite a long time before playbak start depending on the drive throughput. I want to avoid this and rather play via pipe ie. no temp wav files creating ....any thoughts..............

I have no problems using eac3to.exe %s stdout.wav for dtshd 24/96 playback.
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Peter
post Oct 12 2012, 21:20
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QUOTE (Rollin @ Oct 12 2012, 18:50) *
Is it possible to add option to write mp4 tags?

If there's a scenario where that makes sense (MP4 files that are not decoded by the native MP4 handler - what file type exactly?), sure why not.


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QUOTE (Peter @ Oct 13 2012, 00:20) *
MP4 files that are not decoded by the native MP4 handler - what file type exactly?

MPEG-4 ALS in MP4 container.

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