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Subject: Re: Continuous playback
From: Neon John (johngd_at_bellsouth.net)
Date: 2003-05-29


While in this thread, I should note that there is a free utility, MP3trim I
think (not where I can check right now) that will automatically trim off the
silent frames at the beginning and end of an MP3 file. This utility might be
easier to use than to figure out how to force LAME to do what you want.

John

On Thu, 29 May 2003 09:11:31 +0200, "Andreas Stemmer" <Andreas.Stemmer_at_web.de>
wrote:

>Ok, here are some links:
>
>documentation on lame options:
>http://lame.sourceforge.net/
>but there's no info about the nogap-option. I remember from somewhere
>that the nogap option only works, if you pass all the single wav-files
>together to lame, not each wav-file seperately as EAC does.
>
>Good tutorials on EAC and LAME setup:
>http://mp3.radified.com/
>http://www.ping.be/satcp/tutorials.htm
>
>A very good description of LAME settings and what is necessary, extra
>chapter about live recordings:
>http://www.r3mix.net/
>(It was offline when I wrote this, I don't know if it comes back)
>
>The tools I mentioned:
>split the large mp3 according to the cue sheets:
>http://musicutter.host.sk/
>(Cue sheets are simple text files with information about the track names
>and when the tracks start)
>
>I think MP3DirectCut also does this, but I never tried
>http://www.rz.uni-frankfurt.de/~pesch/
>fix the vbr-header if seek information got lost:
>http://www.willwap.co.uk/Programs/vbrfix.html
>
>There is a tool called MP3TagStudio which is very powerful in correcting
>MP3s. It also claims to be able to cut off the silence at the beginning
>and at the end of MP3s. Perhaps this is enough for you to modify your
>existing files. I didn't try, if it works, new encoding was faster for
>me.
>http://www.magnusbrading.com/mp3ts/
>
>For detailed information on vbr headers, a search on Google or Linus :-)
>should give you lot's of information.
>
>> Please, somebody tell me there's another way! :)
>>
>> I also use EAC. I've already encoded over 3,000 songs
>> directly to mp3,
>> but it is possible to extract directly to wav. Perhaps -r3mix
>> and -nogap
>> can be used together, like Linux options?
>>
>> Anyway, it is obvious I need to read up on the following:
>> -LAME options
>> -Cue Sheets and their uses
>> -VBR headers

---
John De Armond
johngdDONTYOUDARE_at_bellsouth.net
http://bellsouthpwp.net/j/o/johngd/
Cleveland, Occupied TN



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