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Mastermix

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mp3pro
« on: 10 Jun '03 - 08:43 »
Can I rip Cd's and convert them in mp3pro files?, or mp3/wav files to mp3pro files?

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: mp3pro
« Reply #1 on: 10 Jun '03 - 10:59 »
I'm not sure if there are any command-line MP3PRO encoders, but if there are, then the answer to both your questions is "yes" :)

Keltic Danor

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Re: mp3pro
« Reply #2 on: 12 Jun '03 - 16:40 »
Unfortunately the only commandline I was able to find is the one from http://www.mp3prozone.com/.

Which you can use if you copy the .exe encoder to the XMPlay folder. (mp3PROplayer /encode %i) Unfortunately its not automatic and has a few... problems, its easier perhaps, but you still have to do a bit of work in the conversion.

(You can't use stdin to encode either.)