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WMP doesn't natively support the Disc Number tag so it will indeed display all discs intermingled as a single album. You could however install the Windows Media Player Plus! plug-in, which can add Disc Number support to WMP:
ffprobe is your friend (also you can use avconv, mplayer; all of them return media info, but ffprobe just returns the info you need) With stream: ffprobe http://220.127.116.11:8604/live Returns ... Stream #0:0: Audio: aac (HE-AACv2), 44100 Hz, stereo, fltp, 31 kb/s With local file: ffprobe some_file.mp3 Returns ... encoder : LAME 64bits ...
iTunes Plus encoding is AAC 256kbps Variable rate. iTunes itself can rip CDs at up to 320kbps, though defaults to 256, the same as an iTunes download. Unless you specifically need lossless, this is about as good as it gets, imo better than mp3 for a given data size. Prefs > General > Import Settings… Use Custom… to get 320kbps or switch the main Import ...
I would advise trying Audacity (Free) or Adobe Soundbooth (Paid but has 30 day trial option). Otherwise have a look at Super Utils Audio Speed Changer Pro. http://www.superutils.com/products/audio-speed-changer-pro/
A little late in the day (decade!), but I wanted to do exactly the same thing. Thanks to Windows Powershell, here is a little script that I wrote today. $path = '~\MS Subbulakshmi\1. Toronto 1977\' $shell = New-Object -COMObject Shell.Application $folder = $path $shellfolder = $shell.Namespace($folder) $total_duration = [timespan] 0 foreach($file in ...
However, be aware that the shntool join will insist on joining them in collating sequence (alphabetical) order EVEN IF you specify them otherwise. shntool join fileB.flac fileA.flac will put A before B. You can either rename the files first or use the -r parameter ("-r ask" will prompt for the order). Frankly I find this irritating... Also you can ...
The file is not indexed properly. Why this happens on your downloads I cannot know but VLC is smart enough to reindex the file on the fly. The solution is to "convert" it to... well, you can convert it to mp3 again and it should be fixed. You can use an online mp3 converter or many of the free software available for that.
Easy work around: (I use a large list with all files on shuffle, this should also work for individual playlists) 1.Navigate to your USB drive and find the folders you want 2. Select the relevant music files you want to play 3a. Right click on the selection and select Play (for individual albums) 3b. Right click on the selection and select Add to WMPlayer ...
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