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    Music FLAC Editor

    Hi all,

    What is a good music flac editor?

    Jack
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    Re: Music FLAC Editor

    do you mean a tagger like puddletag or easytag ? or an editor to trim and split files add filters etc... in which case audacity is a great tool


    or use command line

    flac --help============================================== =================================
    flac - Command-line FLAC encoder/decoder version 1.2.1
    Copyright (C) 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007 Josh Coalson


    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
    modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
    as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
    of the License, or (at your option) any later version.


    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
    GNU General Public License for more details.


    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
    Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
    ================================================== =============================
    Usage:


    Encoding: flac [<general-options>] [<encoding/format-options>] [INPUTFILE [...]]
    Decoding: flac -d [<general-options>] [<format-options>] [FLACFILE [...]]
    Testing: flac -t [<general-options>] [FLACFILE [...]]
    Analyzing: flac -a [<general-options>] [<analysis-options>] [FLACFILE [...]]


    general options:
    -v, --version Show the flac version number
    -h, --help Show this screen
    -H, --explain Show detailed explanation of usage and options
    -d, --decode Decode (the default behavior is to encode)
    -t, --test Same as -d except no decoded file is written
    -a, --analyze Same as -d except an analysis file is written
    -c, --stdout Write output to stdout
    -s, --silent Do not write runtime encode/decode statistics
    --totally-silent Do not print anything, including errors
    --no-utf8-convert Do not convert tags from local charset to UTF-8
    -w, --warnings-as-errors Treat all warnings as errors
    -f, --force Force overwriting of output files
    -o, --output-name=FILENAME Force the output file name
    --output-prefix=STRING Prepend STRING to output names
    --delete-input-file Deletes after a successful encode/decode
    --keep-foreign-metadata Save/restore WAVE or AIFF non-audio chunks
    --skip={#|mm:ss.ss} Skip the given initial samples for each input
    --until={#|[+|-]mm:ss.ss} Stop at the given sample for each input file
    --ogg Use Ogg as transport layer
    --serial-number Serial number to use for the FLAC stream
    analysis options:
    --residual-text Include residual signal in text output
    --residual-gnuplot Generate gnuplot files of residual distribution
    decoding options:
    -F, --decode-through-errors Continue decoding through stream errors
    --cue=[#.#][-[#.#]] Set the beginning and ending cuepoints to decode
    encoding options:
    -V, --verify Verify a correct encoding
    --lax Allow encoder to generate non-Subset files
    --sector-align Align multiple files on sector boundaries
    --replay-gain Calculate ReplayGain & store in FLAC tags
    --cuesheet=FILENAME Import cuesheet and store in CUESHEET block
    --picture=SPECIFICATION Import picture and store in PICTURE block
    -T, --tag=FIELD=VALUE Add a FLAC tag; may appear multiple times
    --tag-from-file=FIELD=FILENAME Like --tag but gets value from file
    -S, --seekpoint={#|X|#x|#s} Add seek point(s)
    -P, --padding=# Write a PADDING block of length #
    -0, --compression-level-0, --fast Synonymous with -l 0 -b 1152 -r 3
    -1, --compression-level-1 Synonymous with -l 0 -b 1152 -M -r 3
    -2, --compression-level-2 Synonymous with -l 0 -b 1152 -m -r 3
    -3, --compression-level-3 Synonymous with -l 6 -b 4096 -r 4
    -4, --compression-level-4 Synonymous with -l 8 -b 4096 -M -r 4
    -5, --compression-level-5 Synonymous with -l 8 -b 4096 -m -r 5
    -6, --compression-level-6 Synonymous with -l 8 -b 4096 -m -r 6
    -7, --compression-level-7 Synonymous with -l 8 -b 4096 -m -e -r 6
    -8, --compression-level-8, --best Synonymous with -l 12 -b 4096 -m -e -r 6
    -b, --blocksize=# Specify blocksize in samples
    -m, --mid-side Try mid-side coding for each frame
    -M, --adaptive-mid-side Adaptive mid-side coding for all frames
    -e, --exhaustive-model-search Do exhaustive model search (expensive!)
    -A, --apodization="function" Window audio data with given the function
    -l, --max-lpc-order=# Max LPC order; 0 => only fixed predictors
    -p, --qlp-coeff-precision-search Exhaustively search LP coeff quantization
    -q, --qlp-coeff-precision=# Specify precision in bits
    -r, --rice-partition-order=[#,]# Set [min,]max residual partition order
    format options:
    --endian={big|little} Set byte order for samples
    --channels=# Number of channels
    --bps=# Number of bits per sample
    --sample-rate=# Sample rate in Hz
    --sign={signed|unsigned} Sign of samples
    --input-size=# Size of the raw input in bytes
    --force-aiff-format Force decoding to AIFF format
    --force-raw-format Treat input or output as raw samples
    negative options:
    --no-adaptive-mid-side
    --no-decode-through-errors
    --no-delete-input-file
    --no-keep-foreign-metadata
    --no-exhaustive-model-search
    --no-lax
    --no-mid-side
    --no-ogg
    --no-padding
    --no-qlp-coeff-prec-search
    --no-replay-gain
    --no-residual-gnuplot
    --no-residual-text
    --no-sector-align
    --no-seektable
    --no-silent
    --no-force
    --no-verify
    --no-warnings-as-errors


    or sox to splice


    sox 1.flac 2.flac final.flac

    TO DOUBLE VOLUME ON A TRACK


    sox 1.flac newflac.flac gain +6
    change 6 to any number you want higher or lower
    Last edited by shantiq; July 17th, 2013 at 07:09 AM.
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    Re: Music FLAC Editor

    Thanks for the info. I'll get back if I have any problem.

    Jack
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