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So one other alternative would be to define an inline field called, say, is_flac, that produces 1 or 0 depending on the format. That field would then work with %if. This is the same sprit as the %if$multidisc,... setup from the FAQ.


I can only find that ICS 4.0 support decoding of FLAC, but encode. I need some encoder to convert wav to flac, but currenty I can't find it. I find there is a jFlac avaible , but I don't know how to use this library, just simply convert the files.


The second step was to find a bash shell script that would tell that command loop to work recursively, allowing directories with many subdirectories containing .flac files to be transcoded in one simple step. That answer was provided by a user at askubuntu.com.


Create a pair of flac and mp3 directories for each mp3fs you want to run. I have a dual core cpu so I run two. If you keep the flac directories on the partition where your flac files are, you can quickly move those. That partition is called "Storage" on my system.


Done! Start ultracopier. It'll place an indicator icon in your gnome panel or whatever it is that you use. Click it, select add copy. I did that twice to use two cores. Use your file browser to move some flacs into flac_1. Navigate to the mp3_1 directory, and drag your mp3's to one of the ultracopier windows to start a copy queue. Ultracopier will ask for the destination of the files. You now have one core busy encoding a batch of flacs to mp3.


You can drag the cue file and the audio flac file from the file manager into the terminal in order to autocomplete the paths for '' and ''. When you run the command, the terminal will show you the results of each new flac file as it is created, one new flac file at a time ("split-track01.flac" "split-track02.flac" ...), and then stop after all of the new flac files have been created. It only takes a few seconds to create each new flac file. If your .cue file is accurate, the results will be more accurate and less time-consuming than if you split the flac file manually in Audacity.


With this command you'll split all tracks from one CUE file into separate FLAC files named like "01. ARTIST - TITLE.flac". Note, that the output files will have exactly the same audio quality and track duration precisely as the original.


That was a good enough hint that FLAC decoding state machine did notfeel well. Glancing at xiph/flac issue tracker I found seeminglysimilar Issue #487. Theresomeone found that flac-1.4.0 release became more picky around streamvalidation. The report also provides numeros commands to validate andre-encode .flac files using flac command. Very handy!


In comparison xmms2 did not update *bytes in case of end of streamand in case of an error. As a result flac decoder was stuck runningthe callback again and again getting the same buffer back. bufferpossibly contained uninitialized contents of buffer as it if was justread them from the input stream.


The best way to start using flac is to take a lookat the Haddocks. Encoding anddecoding are so simple that even a baby could handle it, and for metadatathere are examples and a lot of details in the docs. Feel free to ask me aquestion if you get stuck with something though.


I am in the process of rejuvinating older recordings in various formats to compile and burn as an audio CD and as flac is able to accept metadata editing, to include CD text and ISRC code, It seemed to me that converting all to lossless flac prior to burning as a CDA would not need any compression and set it to zero (default was 5).


Zach, I am interested in what you are seeing for decoding times. I have seen little here on that, but much more on the encoding time unless I missed it. But as I am starting to look into some portable flac media players that may actually become an issue.


Is there an official way to submit a bug report Or do we just have to hope someone from WDC reads this and takes note It seems like a lexical sort bug was introduced with 2.06 and not just with .flac albums (read my first post carefully).


Hello, greetings to all, I am new to Audirvana, this wonderful audiophile program, please if you can help, I have my library with applelosless files on mac they work and they sound very well but I have not been able to add files in flac, I can only make them listen when I position myself on them and I give them to open with audirvama after they disappear from the library I have tried to import, make smart playlists and it does not give the expected result I know I am learning I appreciate your answers


Dear DamienFollowing your instructions has been solved now I can see my flac files playing, I suggest you can make a manual or tutorials to learn all the functionalities of this wonderful program Audirvana makes me happy thanking me for your time and disposition 59ce067264






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