Autor Thema: Useful hints, programs that I use with AOMrecord  (Gelesen 15498 mal)

Offline Rojben

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Useful hints, programs that I use with AOMrecord
« am: November 01, 2010, 14:35:54 »
When you have finished streaming you favourite music album, you maybe want to make some corrections. You need track number, name of the album etc. You maybe want to adjust the volume of the tracks. This is how I do:

Save your files in a special named folder: Artist/Album. Before anything else, save this folder to another safe place, if something goes wrong.

1. Run MP3gain http://mp3gain.sourceforge.net/
It’s free.
Here you can gain (adjust) the volume. Do this before you edit the tags. I have seen that tags can be lost after this operation.

2. Run PS Filerenamer http://www.polarsoft.de/html/polarsoft_-___ps_filerenamer__.html
It cost only 10 Euro.
or:
Flexible Renamer from http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA014830/english/FlexRena/
It's free.

Here you can mass rename your files. You can add 01-, 02-, 03- (and further on) before the filename. You can delete parts of the filename. Ex from pos 1 to 15. This could be the artist name in the file name.

3. Run ID3Renamer http://www.id3renamer.com/main-en.html
It’s also free.

Now you can rename tags from filename or wise versa. Also give tag info of: Album, Artist, Genre etc.

You have finished your job and can compare your files as they should be ripped direct from a music CD.

That's it.
Have fun.

Rojben

Offline Thomas

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Re: Useful hints, programs that I use with AOMrecord
« Antwort #1 am: November 02, 2010, 09:34:33 »
Thank you very much for sharing these useful hints with us, Rijben!
Bitte beachten Sie das Urheberrecht und verstoßen Sie nicht gegen von Ihnen akzeptierte Geschäftsbedingungen.
Please don't violate copyright laws and observe the terms that you agreed to.

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Re: Useful hints, programs that I use with AOMrecord
« Antwort #2 am: November 15, 2010, 16:52:26 »
A litle bit more..
If you have recorded streamed music or ripped a CD with to high bitrate:
There is no need to record over 192 b/s. If you have 320 b/s, the files are nearly doubled in size. To no need. Then you can use "Switch Sound File Converter" from http://www.nch.com.au/switch/index.html to decrease bitrate. (It's free)
For normal use 192 b/s in mp3 is good enough.
But: Please remark that you can NEVER increase (higher) bitrate to have better sound. Never.
« Letzte Änderung: November 15, 2010, 22:17:13 von Rojben »