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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 ...


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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.


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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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You need to put a single quote around your command... for /f "delims=|" %%f in (dir /b... becomes for /f "delims=|" %%f in ('dir /b... Though with the double-quote you use later to call VLC, I'm betting you need to start out with double quotes and include the C:\Program... part in single quotes. Give that a try.


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Yes. MP3 is lossy so if you re-encode the new file to MP3 with Audacity/LAME, you will lose quality. But if you output the cropped file using a lossless codec such as FLAC, the quality should be no worse than the imported MP3. Some other tools allow you to crop MP3 tracks without re-encoding, such as mp3splt and mp3DirectCut. See How do I split an MP3 file ...


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The suggestion to share the USB drive works, so it IS and answer, slm! This is how I did it on Win7: In a file explorer window, I right click on the drive, select "share with" and then "advanced sharing" (which is the only option I see). This brings up a popup with tab "sharing" showing a button "Advanced Sharing". I click on that, which brings up ...


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There is a piece of free software named Any Audio converter that you can use to convert your audio files—MP3, AAC, WMA, etc…—to each other and add/edit ID3 Tag information including: title, contributing artist, genre, album, year, track and comment. You can also add cover images to your audio files as well. You can even add lyrics to your audio files and ...


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Yes, you can do it with MP3Tag, it supports AAC: Mp3tag is a powerful and yet easy-to-use tool to edit metadata of common audio formats where it supports ID3v1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, iTunes MP4, WMA, Vorbis Comments and APE Tags. It can rename files based on the tag information, replace characters or words in tags and filenames, import/export tag ...



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